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12:14 am on Dec 29, 2000 (gmt 0)

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Anybody ever get this in their logs? I thought it was a punk h4x0r at first but now methinks its a browser thing.

I have a lot of virtual tours on my site and they run off java applets.

Any java jockeys in here?

2:38 pm on Feb 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

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I notice from some more recent threads (most recently here [webmasterworld.com]) that you're still struggling with this one.

If anyone has an insight to share, please follow the link to the recent thread.

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12:55 am on Mar 4, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Looks like baretek [webmasterworld.com] found the answer:

Sun's Java FAQ's: [java.sun.com]
"Java Plug-in 1.2.2 Software in IE4 tries to load <YourAppletName>BeanInfo.class even if your applet is not a bean. There is a bug in Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition v 1.2.2 in the AppletClassLoader that occurs when trying to load nonexistent classes. To prevent this problem, create an empty <YourAppletName>BeanInfo.class."

A useful little nugget for the java jockeys.