I have an old ASP application that is using remote scripting and Java 7.21 is constantly prompting for users to run the applet. Is there a way to sign this thing so that Java will just load and run it without any user interaction? I know that applets are a security risk and understand why it prompts, but there's got to be a way to verify the rsproxy.class with a valid ssl certificate for legitimate applets, right?
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Have you ever needed to get an ASP script to wait for a while? I have, just to let something else happen. Or in my case, to allow other stuff to happen while I was murdering my MySQL database with an update.
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