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Applets Working in 32-bit but not in 64-bit JRE
Williamhawk English 0 Williamhawk [Read]
08 December 2017 à 06:06

Williamhawk, Friday 08 December 2017 à 06:06 | Quote


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I've got an applet which runs properly using an installed 32-bit JRE version 8 update 131 in either 32-bit or 64-bit Internet Explorer 11.

But, when I tried a 64-bit JRE (version 8 update 131). Applet wouldn't even load using either 32-bit or 64-big Internet Explorer 11.

I initially thought that this might be an issue with my own Applet. But I tried a demo applet from oracle and it's the same: works well with 32-bit JRE but NOT with 64-bit JRE.

I'm wondering if this would simply be a limitation to my applet that it really just works with 32-bit JRE. (Though I may not really need to run in 64-bit JRE technically.)

Any thoughts/comments/suggestions on this? On maybe what's the next step?

Thank You!!!

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References
https://www.coderanch.com/t/243148/java/HTML-questions

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