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1. Select Internet Explorer. 2. Select Internet Options from the Tools menu. 3. In Internet Options dialog box select the Security tab. 4. Click Custom level button at bottom. The Security Settings dialog box will pop up. 5. Under Scripting category enable Active Scripting, Allow paste options via script and Scripting of Java applets. 6. Click OK twice to close out. 7. Hit Refresh.
Java script is a program that works with other programs such as Adobe Flash Player and many others to procees and enable you to read and store items. You can get Java here; http://www.java.com/en/ If you were trying to watch YouTube you would have to have Java and a Flash Player in order for your system to process and play the video. I f you need Flash Player you can get that here; http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ You have to make sure you have no prior versions of either of these products so, check in device manager and make sure you don't have prior versions. If you do, unistall the prior versions before download od new versions.
The java applet code can only communicate with the server the applet was loaded from (unless it is signed and trusted by the browser).
Then, you need one of the following : Either *) Your database server will need to be the same as your web server (and open to the world). This is not recommended at all, for security reasons mainly, but also performance reasons. *) You will need some server side scripts (php and/or cgi) to handle specific requests from the applet and send the information back. (Give some thought to the fact that people might access these scripts without the applet, and will be able to see all the communication between applet and script)
Download this tool: JavaRa Extract it to an empty folder and run it. Remove old versions of java. Then search for updates. Use the justcheck.exe method. Download and install any updates it finds. Restart.