I have a webpage that needs java for a login: https://portalcfdi.facturaelectronica.sat.gob.mx/ConsultaReceptor.aspx
When It loads Says: Warning, This page requires the Java version 1.7 (or higher) for log in the service. If you want to install it click here.
I close it.
And then when I click One of the two “Buscar” buttons, says the following: “Your browser doesn’t have Java installed, This application will not work”.
What do you suggest.
Hi Chris!, Preferable the three platforms.
But If its not possible, then Win and Mac
WebPreferencesMBS class has a flag for Java an/off.
Thanks for the answer :). I tested but I have not success, thats what I’m doing:
HTMLViewer1.preferencesMBS.isJavaEnabled = true
And I understand that doing the following will say If java is enabled:
dim p as WebPreferencesMBS = HTMLViewer1.preferencesMBS
But even If I don’t write: HTMLViewer1.preferencesMBS.isJavaEnabled = true
always says “True”.
What Am I wrong? maybe I’m misunderstanding something?
not sure. Sorry.
But if it’s allowed to run, is it also installed?
[quote=242717:@Christian Schmitz]not sure. Sorry.
But if it’s allowed to run, is it also installed?[/quote]
Yes Its installed, Now I’m trying to running on Mac. When I run this page on Safari or Firefox I can run it without problems
Java 1.7 on Mac may be 64-bit only. Do you have a 32bit Java?
Dunno, let me see it.
I found This, I thought maybe I need to create a Java Virtual Machine for load that webpage, and I done this:
dim javaVm as new JavaVMMBS(JavaVMMBS.JNI_VERSION_1_4, options, true)
Dim system As JavaClassMBS = javaVm.FindClass(“java/lang/System”)
if javaVm.Handle = 0 Then
Msgbox “Cant create Java VM”
Msgbox “Java Initialized”
But I’m looking that Only says: Version 1.4, not says 1.7.
Oooh, Its 64bit: jre-8u71-macosx-x64.dmg
for the plugin 1.4 or newer is all 1.4.