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Hi, I have a question about the MS JVM and Sun JVM. I have a Java applet written in JVM 1.0.2. It works fine with the MS JVM (with IE), but it has many update problem with the Sun JVM. First of all, if I compile the source code that only uses JVM 1.0.2 code with the latest Sun's JVM, the generated class file can be run with the MS JVM? Is there a way to generate Java classes files that can be run both the MS JVM and Sun JVM? Thanks in advance. need to get sunjava appelet to work on my computer. I have down loaded and installed it but whenever I try to run a program that uses it the screne says "this computer does not support sun java" but it used to support sun java when I bought it. my husband accidently erased the old sun java and I have been unable to put it back on. please help me.
Have you tried the oracle java site.
you can download the latest or archived Java Runtime Environment or Java Development Kit from this site.
oracle obtained Java as part of the Sun buyout
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Crystal reports version 8.5
I'm not an expert in Crystal Reports, however you might find my info and experiences to be of some use with your question. I've been working with VB6.0 for some time. One day I decided to checkout Visual Studio 2008, (which came with crystal reports) I decided I didn't like it and removed it from my computer. It was after the removal of crystal reports that my computer went to hell. Every program I tried to install since it's removal was not being allowed, also every program I tried to uninstall was not being allowed. After some research I found out that Crystal Reports was the culprit. It has a management package that was designed to protect it's rights management. Simply stated.....it was governing parts of my registry by setting certain parts of my registry key permissions to, "read only". I ended up having to use the administrative tool in Windows XP and reloading default permissions through an existing INF file thus resetting every registry key back to it's default read/write state. I would not recommend you do this. Doing so may harm your existing install of Crystal Reports. What I would do though if I was in your situation, would be to change just the one key that pertains to your .tmp file location in regedit. My guess is it would be located HKLM under software. You can change any key permissions by simply right clicking any key and go to, "permissions" However, if i'm guessing right, Crystal Reports has a backup mech. that would not allow you to change the key permissions even in regedit. In wich case you'll have to use a utility like ::.HERE.:: and create a custom bat file for just that one key. You can try contacting Crystal Reports directly but i'm quite sure they'll just tell you to kindly, "get bent" lol. This method of protection serves no purpose other then to protect their software from being pirated. So i'm 99% sure they won't help you in the matter that you need. Changing permissions to registry keys back to default would negate their program protective measures. From the problem you described i'm 90% sure that is exactly what is going on due to what I already know about the protection measures of Crystal Reports. Any file that is being generated with Crystal Reports, temp or otherwise is now governed by Crystal Reports through your registry, through a registry like firewall, also run by Crystal Reports. This is why you're getting Access Denied when you try to right click the file and delete it locally. You have two options.
1.) Become submissive and a slave to their tech support and wait for them to come up with a solution that will allow them to maintain control over your registry, with a patch of some sort provided by either Microsft Visual Studio or through Crystal Reports directly that will resolve your particular issue.
2.) Setup a dummy computer install all the crystal reports programs on it. Get it all setup, then do a full registry reset (from that link i posted above) and see if you can still use crystal reports after the full registry reset and if that truely resolves all the access conflicts. If so then apply it your main work machine and once again become the master of your registry.
Hope that helps,
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
Those are files in your recycling bin. Empty your recycling bin and they should go away. If not, let me know and we'll try some other methods.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Good browser, good antivirus; Yahoo is kind of disgusting the way it dumps ads out all over, and AVG probably puts things in the way of those ads some day carrying malware in Firefox. Since IE has a different callback API, it has to work from greater distance in that case.
I recommend using a POP3 proxy service or application to access Yahoo e-mail unless you love Yahoo's interface. In the latter case, enter a trouble ticket at AVG's site and/or forum site, and a love letter to Yahoo Mail developers, and try IE and Chrome for now.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
Have you tried clicking "Preferences" - "Device Setting" - then "Drive Select" - if you have a DVD burner and the camera you must select which drive you want to read from (took me a while to find that one out),,, Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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