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EAI(java and vrml)

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it is EAI: external Authoring Interface which  use for make connection between java n vrml.....
The problem is " when use EAI application, it is must use spesific jdk or any jdk can be use.. One more thing, if i use cortona 4.2 n jdk 1.3.1, and IE is 6.0...how to make the connection succesful... I always seem problem with browser... I have set the classpath for cortona like C:C:\Program Files\Common Files\ParallelGraphics\Cortona\corteai.zip;C:\...\classes.zip....For jdk i just use the default setting... So how to solve this problem?...
URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!
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from this thread it's more of a problem with the correct jvm running the Sun one or the one fom MS, they said turning off the Sun JVM and use the MS JVM instead with IE which looks logical to me
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&selm=1a90d129.0404021823.300502f2%40posting.google.com
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