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    Question What do I need to use this website?

    I was going to take a test online when I got the message"No Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition v 1.4.1 support for APPLET!! " , what program do I need? ( I have Java).:)

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    Where did you see that message? Where you loading an html page with an applet tag?
    Were there messages in the browser's Java console?

    What version of java do you have? What OS are you on?

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    Hey,
    I have Java version 6 update 20, and windows 7.

    It's hard to explain what kind of website, try it out and tell me if you can get it to work :P.

    here is the link (it's completely risk free)

    APST IPAS

    just click proceed, and see if you can access the test.

    thanks

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    I was able to load the page with an applet.
    What browser are you using? What is in the browser's Java Console?

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    I use Mozilla Firefox, and when I click on tools/java console, nothing happens :(.
    What are you using? Maybe if I download what you're using I could get it to work.

    thanks for the effort anyway.

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    I used Chrome. The Java console:
    Java Plug-in 1.6.0_20
    Using JRE version 1.6.0_20-b02 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM
    User home directory = C:\Documents and Settings\Owner

    ...

    Initialising ipas.test.TestMouseInput
    Initialising ipas.test.TestKeyboardInput
    When I just tried Firefox, I got the same error message that you did.
    I guess the site developers don't know about the FF browser.

    Looking at the site's html I see the following:
    <OBJECT classid="clsid:8AD9C840-044E-11D1-B3E9-00805F499D93"
    width ="200"
    height="100" align="baseline"
    codebase="http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/autodl/jinstall-1_4-windows-i586.cab#Version=1,4,1,mn">
    <PARAM name="code" value="ipas.test.TestMouseInput">
    <PARAM name="codebase" value="./">
    <PARAM name="type" value="application/x-java-applet;jpi-version=1.4.1">
    <PARAM name="scriptable" value="true">
    <param name="id" value="mao3q6u92s5komsp910rhupet3">
    No Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition v 1.4.1 support for APPLET!!
    </OBJECT>
    There appears to be hardcoded references 1.4.1 Not sure what the above does. But must be different in FF than in Chrome.

    BTW I had to use my proxy server to capture the source. They have a clever site that masks View Source in my browser.
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    Ok, what is a proxy server? (sorry I don't know a lot about these things)
    I'll try with another browser

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    I have a test server that serves as a proxy for browsing. I set the browser to use 127.0.0.1 as proxy and every request it makes goes thru my server before going out on the internet.
    My server displays all communication in a trace log. It also cache's all files received from the internet. So after I browse a site, the files that are displayed in my browser have been written to a disk file by the server.
    For the case above, I was unable to do a "View Source" from my browser. So I set the browser to use the proxy, started the server and "browsed" the site. When done the HTML was a disk file.

    To test the another browser, try to find some HTML that uses the <Object tags as shown above to see what it does with them. Chrome wasn't bothered. FF and IE failed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Chrome wasn't bothered. FF and IE failed.
    Not so fast... IE 8 works fine with these applets :P

    I recommend you to watch the browser Java settings... And if not helped try these applets with Opera... It uses JRE to run applets so we must see the release problems :confused:
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    hey, thanks for the help, I got it work with chrome...atleast almost :P.

    Did you actually access the test ( the first one is a ball test), becaue it loaded for me, but then I got an error message saying "ipasinfo::Database problem Unknown session"

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    WHoops. The site does work with IE8. I was using the html page I had captured to test and got the error.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails What do I need to use this website?-ie8withphp.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachVK View Post
    hey, thanks for the help, I got it work with chrome...atleast almost :P.

    Did you actually access the test ( the first one is a ball test), becaue it loaded for me, but then I got an error message saying "ipasinfo::Database problem Unknown session"
    My IE 8 works fine running this applet just like my chrome or my FF too ;)
    So maybe it is your browser Java settings problem...
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    hmm..well I can't find a way to modify the browsers java settings, atleast not in Chrome :S.
    It's weird, it loads the first test the "ball game" properly, but then it jumps to and error message.

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    then it jumps to an error message.
    Can you screen print the message and post it here.

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    No idea.
    Have you tried emailing the site and asking them?

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    yeah, I have (with no response)...this is very weird. What can you have that makes it work, while mine doesnt :D.

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    I just went to the site again and continue on past the data collection form and get the SAME problem as you do. That was in Chrome

    Why do you think this site works? Do you know anyone that has gotten past that screen?

    @WebUser How far into the site did you go?

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    well, yeah I know people have been taking this test, but that was a while ago though.
    But yeah it would be great to know how far WebUser got, after all, I think they would have removed this test if it didnt work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post

    @WebUser How far into the site did you go?
    All tests, pal :)

    What if they just switch the server off at night or something? I am not sure but that sometimes happens...
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