Java Applet Error When Trying to Run in Browser

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I am trying to make a photo booth app but I can't seem to figure it out. I am trying to allow the app to have access to webcams in the local vicinity, gain the frame and then show it to the user after a special effect has been added to it.

I used Jpanel & swing components to make the app; however, my client is asking the app to be run in the browser.  There is an access error when I use the applet to access the webcam. I am aware I need to sign the applet, even after doing this it won't work.



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Java Applet Error When Trying to Run in Browser


I think you must install the Java 1.6.0_10 plug-in,

If not the applets simply will not work! And you might

need to clear out the Java cache ("Temporary Internet Files")

using the Java Console. You can upgrade Java 1.5 or 1.6.0 But,

Beware the cache size. In upgrading to Java 1.6, it is very important to go to

Java control Panel and set the cache size. Furthermore, In Java 1.6 the size is a GB

unlike in Java 1.5 that the default is Unlimited. However, There are issues coming regarding the amount of memory available for the java Plug-in to use. It can even cause the plug-in not to start.



I hope this will help you.

Good Day!

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