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Old 07-14-2006, 11:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

Yesterday my user try to browse with their Blackberry device. Everything is running fine until the users try to access some websites which require Java. The error messages in browser told us something about missing the Java.

Any idea about how to solve this problem? Thanks in advance.
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Browser > Options > Browser Configuration > Check Allow JavaScript and Allow JavaScript popups (if desired).
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Thanks very much for your reply

Anyway, do i need to install a java plug in, just like we do in PC? If so, then how should I do it? Is it by downloading the JAVA plug in and then use an application loader in Desktop manager to load it?

If i have to download some Java Plug in, then where should i download the Java Plug in?

Really appreciate your help, thanks in advance.
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No plug in required; note this is for Javascript.
Enable it right in the options.
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Is the blackberry device already able to open websites that contains Java Applet? Sorry if i asked so much, because i'm really a newcomer into this blackberry world. Thanks in advance for your information.
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The browser is pretty limited. It can not open ALL pages.

This is a very GOOD question - no apologies required.
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Thanks!! This forums is great!! With the forum like this, i'm sure that the blackberry community will grow larger
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