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On Wednesday, May 30, 2001, at 11:05 AM, Robert Brunner wrote:
3) When I open the Java Messages window in IE, there is no output visible. Are the Java messages going somewhere else?
They're going to the OS X Console -- look at /Applications/Utilities/Console.app
4) As was the case with OS 9, HTTP connections through the browser using SSL do not work. Is this a temporary condition? In OS 9 I put in platform-specific code to use HTTP (and to do posts manually to work around the IE POST problems) At least w/ JSSE, unlike with OS 9, I can use a secure connection, but we also hope that tunnelling through the browser will give us access to firewalls, without providing our own firewall code.
Java on OS X does not communicate with IE for HTTPS support, but JSSE should do everything you need. Where are you setting the firewall property? If you enter the proxy server in the Internet panel of System Preferences the VM will pick that up and set the appropriate Java property (http.proxyHost) that URLConnections need to do their thing.
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