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cftree and java applet.

Posted on 2004-04-13
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let me make this brief I am using cftree to make an applet.

when ran locally it works fine.
throw it live on a 2k3 server with ii6 and cfmx6.1 and all I get is a grey applet box.  I have java runtime installed and have my security settings to Low.

when the page is called the grey box appears and I get prompted for a username and pass word.


has anyone seen this behavior and if so how to you correct it.

thanks..
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Not sure, but it probably has to do with the fact that you are using IIS 6.  IIS 6 defines permission groups differently from IIS 5 - specifically Everyone no longer includes everyone.  It now excludes Guest and some other users by default.

SO I would guess that you are running into a permissions issue.
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I have got it now to where it (java )is not asking for user/pswd.

however the applet is still not running.  all I get is a grey box????
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I think that I should mention that the cftree has been created using the dir2tree from cfhub.
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