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Article Unable to record/play a Java applet using Rapise inside a web browser

by Adam S on Thursday, January 10, 2013

Sometimes you have the situation where you can record/play a Java application using Rapise having correctly installed the Java bridge and set the JAVA_HOME environment variable correctly, but applets running inside a web browser do not work. This article provides some suggested solutions

Please check the following items:

  1. That the web browser is using the same instance of the JVM JRE library that the Java bridge was installed in
  2. That you have the 32-bit version of Java installed and running in the browser if a 32-bit version of the browser is being used.
  3. That you either have the Windows UAC disabled or you are running the web browser using the "Run As Admin" option
  4. That you have the right Rapise library loaded (e.g. Internet Explorer HTML + Java, Firefox HTML + Java or Chrome HTML + Java)

To check which version of Java your browser is using, please refer to:

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Last Updated: 1/10/2013
Article ID: KB32
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