That RoseIndia site is giving bad advice since it will compromise the security of the client machine. In general don't trust anything you read on Rose India.
..What I am hinting at is that start with something very very simple and then gradually expand it. Don't just use the big bang approach; it rarely works.++
baftos wrote:++user985724 wrote:I was about to help, but forget it. Replace 'american' with whatever nation, race or religion you wish and this would be considered abuse. By the way, he's not american, nor am I.
I'm used with the superiority american attitude, because i'm working daily with american people, beside this attitude they have nothing.
user985724 wrote:I find it odd that you replied to me in thanks. Wasn't it sabre150 who provided most help? If the answer is 'yes', a couple of 'helpful' markings as well as a 'correct' on those posts would be most beneficial.
..Thank you for your help.
user985724 wrote:With the risk of sounding over-politically correct, I find this is totally missing the point. Andrew's response was a bit harsh for my standards and you are entitled to react. What I don't accept, is the 'Americans' part. I was hoping you learn something about not mixing technical issues with political ones. All you seem to have learned is that the guy named Andrew is not so bad after all. If I am not mistaken, the most useful help came from the US.
Alright, I want to say sorry, wasn't properly from my side. I shouldn't get some of my frustration on you.
dariusgeo wrote:From what I recall, the set-up EXE for Windows pops an option asking the user if they want to allow capture from applets. It defaults to 'no'. I vaguely recall there is an app. connected with JMF that allows you to inspect & change those options.
..java.lang.RuntimeException: No permission to capture from applets
dariusgeo wrote:I would be interested to know why you think you need to use EJB within this project. I have been involved with two large commercial projects that involved EJB and in neither case could I see any real advantage obtained from the EJB layer.
The next episode of my applet's life is : I made it work on Tomcat (as learning phase), step by step (first a writing a file applet, then the camera capturing applet). Now, I've moved it in my application which uses Spring portlets on JBOSS portal server (2.7.2, which has JBOSS AS 4.2.3).