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Williamhawk English 0 Williamhawk [Read]
15 December 2017 à 05:15

Williamhawk, Friday 15 December 2017 à 05:15 | Quote


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Hi,

I have problem with an applet, sometime users, due to continuos java and brower updates and securety restriction, fail to check security alert and the applet does not load.

When this happen I get an

SEVERE: [Desktop zmd:/authriv/menu.zul] client error: Method not found: findPrinter on log file and a zkoss popup error with "method not found: findPrinter" because the applet class isn't loaded due to some browser or java restriction

I call the applet method on server side in this way: applet.invoke("findPrinter", "HPxxx");

Is there a way to catch this exception in my code ? Is there a way to undestand if the applet class il loaded on server side ?

Thank You!!!

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

References
http://forum.zkoss.org/question/90421/how-to-catch-applet-client-exception/

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