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Java App does not work locally with MSIE3

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I have a simple Java app that works fine in Netscape 3.x and 4.x.  However when I try to see it in MSIE 3.x I see in the status bar that it is loading without errors, but I only see the grey box wher my app should be.  If I call up this file via my Web server it works with MSIE.  But I can not see the app if I just call up the file from my LAN or local drive.  All my referenced files, including .class and image files are in the same directory.
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Question by:jgreenwald
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by:mylene
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Do you use any of the URL classes? I know they won't show in MSIE without a connection. Guess it's a Microsoft problem!Mylène
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by:rembo
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If you turn on the Java Console in your options menu,
are there any errors showing up?

-Tony

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netsdt earned 200 total points
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r u using ie3.02??
if you are then u need to go to the following url
to reinstall the broken components in the JVM for ie 3.02.
http://www.microsoft.com/java/download/dl_vmsp2-f.htm

ie 3.01 seems to be okay.
if not - then i don't know what the problem is.
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