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How to avoid "Use applet in the browser" from a lotus notes view

Posted on 2011-03-23
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We have Lotus Notes database being accessed by users from Internet Explorer. From the browser, it will show a frame, and the notes view inside the frame.  The problem is that after we have added a proxy server, the java applet running from the frame is having problem.

From domino designer, if I look at the view properties, the 5th tab (2nd from the last), the check box of "Use applet in the browser" is checked. I tried to uncheck it and save, but it is still checked. How can I made this view not to use applet in the browser?
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Verify the access you have to this database and also after selecting 'use generated HTML'  option make sure you go to some other option in the properties pain to ensure it was saved.

If there is another replica of the database try changing the property there in case it is a property corruption on that replica.



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Emmanuel Gleizer earned 400 total points
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The view you're dealing with is probably embedded in a form.
Find the form embedding this view. The following could help:
Look at the URL you're opening when failing to open the applet:
if the end of the URL is ?OpenForm=> Open the corresponding form
if the end of the URL is ?OpenView=> Open the $$Viewtemplate for <name of the view>

Once in the form embedding the view display the properties of  the embedded view and select Display "using HTML".
save the form.
NB if many views are embedded in many forms you need to do this for EACH form.

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by:dominoPgr
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Sorry for the late response. I was able to create a new view with "Use Applet in browser" unchecked. However, when access from browser, java is still being called. Then I removed all pages, frames that embed the view, and the view is now working not calling java applet anymore. Thanks.
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