Java Plugin Guide

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Part I: Java Plug-in Basics
Chapter 1: Overview—What Is Java Plug-in? What Does It Support?
Chapter 2: Using the Conventional Applet Tag
Chapter 3: Using OBJECT, EMBED and APPLET Tags in Java Plug-in
Chapter 4: Using the HTML Converter to Convert Applet Tags for Java Plug-in
Chapter 5: Proxy Configuration
Chapter 6: Protocol Support: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, GOPHER, SOCKS, and NTLM
Chapter 7: Cookie Support
Chapter 8: Applet Caching
Chapter 9: Using the Java Plug-in Control Panel to Set Plug-in Behavior/Options
Part II: Deployment Schemes
Chapter 10: Installation for Conventional Applets (Microsoft Windows Only)
Chapter 11: Intranet With OBJECT/EMBED Tag
Chapter 12: Internet Deployment
Chapter 13: Silent Installation
Chapter 14: Jar Indexing
Chapter 15: Java Server Pages
Part III: Security
Chapter 16: Overview—Applet Security Basics
Chapter 17: How RSA Signed Applet Verification Works in Java Plug-in
Chapter 18: How to Sign Applets Using RSA-Signed Certificates
Chapter 19: How to Deploy RSA-Signed Applets in Java Plug-in
Part IV: Debugging Support
Chapter 20: Debugging Support
Chapter 21: Java Plug-in Console
Chapter 22: Tracing and Logging
Part V: Advanced Topics
Chapter 23: Supporting Multiple Versions of JRE/Java Plug-in Chapter 24: Java-to-JavaScript Communication
Chapter 25: JavaScript-to-Java Communication (Scripting)
Chapter 26: Deploying Java Extensions
Chapter 27: Applet Persistence API
Chapter 28: Special Applet Attributes
Appendix 1: Netscape 6
Appendix 2: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Appendix 3: More About HTML Converter
Appendix 4: Microsoft VM and Java 2 Applet Compatibility Issues
Appendix 5: Complete Example—Deploying Java Media Framework as Java Extension
Appendix 6: Sun-Supported Specification-Version and Implemenation-Version Formats