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Is there a way to make a java applet run in a given version of Java?

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Hi,

I have several java applets and I want them each to run in a different version of Java.

Is there a way to assign a different  java version to each of several apps?
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using the object tag you can use the classid to specify the required version of java
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Hi,
I am fairly new to Java and your answer is mostly greek to me.

How exactly would I implement this functionality? Do I need a properties file in the  java home/lib directory to specify that the application will run with a givenversion of Java?
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no it needs to go in the html
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