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The applet is only used to pass parameters and initiate the Java app that does the actual search. The reason for using the applet is to keep everything in the browser, and avoid the very large inconvenience of launching a separate application to search an archive that is displayed in a browser.
I am not familiar with any way of doing this that would not require certification, since it is running in a sandbox.
Edited by: 915664 on Feb 20, 2012 10:57 AM
I have observed that if I attempt to load the applet from a webserver, a different security prompt appears, giving the option to always accept content from the particular site, or if I go into advanced options, can choose to always accept content with the same signature. When I do this, it behaves as desired.
So it appears the problem only reveals itself when the applet is located on the local filesystem. I do not know why such a distinction should be made.
Edited by: Allasso Travesser on Feb 23, 2012 5:28 AM