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Yes. Upon purchasing a licensed copy you may request the unsigned versions of the applet for use in signing with your own certificate.
This error occurs when the url applet parameter has not been provided. The url applet parameter defines where the applet should post the data for upload processing. If this applet parameter is missing the applet is unable to process the upload. In the ...
When you select multiple items to upload they are not all sent at once. Instead each file is sent separately as multiple HTTP requests to the server. Therefore only one file is attached per request.
Please check your HTML source code to make sure that you are submitting applet parameters in both IE and FireFox expected formats. For more details on this please see the topic titled Using HTTP File Upload Applet > Specifying applet parameters in t...
On a Windows OS other than Windows Vista, when running a signed applet, a user is prompted with a security warning dialog box and must respond. If "Yes" is clicked, the applet will have AllPermissions to run on the user's machine. This includes permission...
By default, PHP is configured to allow file uploads of a maximum of 2MB. This PHP setting will prevent you from being able to upload files larger than 2MB when using HTTP File Upload Applet. To resolve this issue you will need to change some variables i...
For security purposes, applets developed by JSCAPE are signed using a code signing certificate. These certificates must be renewed every 1-2 years with the issuing certificate authority and applets must be resigned. If you are receiving an error indicat...
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