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From "Parsons Technical Services" <parsonstechni...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: J2SE 5.0 redirects applets to java.com
Date Tue, 08 Feb 2005 07:42:19 GMT
Which version of Tomcat did you download?

If 5.0.x , it will run on 1.4.x jdk.

If 5.5.x, it will run on 1.5 (or 5.0) JRE  and with the compat patch it will 
also run on jdk 1.4.x

I think the new 1.5 java has an update feature and some other things??? 
built into it that has it phone home. The applet should still run. I have 
see the new logo on my desktop and applets run fine.

You may try to block the app from getting to the Internet with a firewall.

The 1.5 adds a Java setting console to Control Panel. It allows you to turn 
off updates and make other changes.

Doug


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "David W. Brown" <dwbrown@webitplanet.com>
To: <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 12:47 AM
Subject: J2SE 5.0 redirects applets to java.com


> Hello Tomcat users and gurus (Dev too). I have been using Tomcat and some 
> version of jdk for several years. Tomcat is my servlet server of choice 
> mostly on Linux systems when my employers allow such things. I recently 
> downloaded the lastest (yesterday) binary for Windows XP. Seeing that the 
> new Tomcat will only run under the new J2SE 5.0 I downloaded and 
> installed: jdk1.5.0_01 executable. After installation the old familiar 
> Tomcat page came up as usual at: http://localhost:8080. What happened next 
> is for my part inexplicable. I lost all ability to run any type of applet 
> except for: file://<someapplet>.html. Any applets using: HTTP:// where 
> redirected to: http://java.com with the new Java Logo animated sunburst in 
> the middle of the webpage. All applets regardless of source: local or 
> public IP where re-directed to: http://java.com. The remedy was to 
> uninstall J2SE 5.0. Needless to say I am severely hampered by not being 
> able to run Tomcat because of a wayward jdk. I have sent this problem to 
> java.com contact email but so-far ignored by java.com. If anyone has any 
> comments, suggestions, remedies, rants or raves please reply.
>
> David Brown
> IT/COMMO
> KBR - USMI
> KIRKUK AB
> 281-669-1655x102
>
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