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Classes Accessible to a J# Browser Control

Visual Studio .NET 2003

In general, J# Browser Controls have access to all classes that are supported in the J# Browser Controls runtime. For more information, see Class Library Support. If the Supplemental UI Library for Visual J# .NET is installed, J# Browser Controls will also have access to classes in this library. J# Browser Controls also have access to all classes in the .NET Framework.

However, it is important to note that J# Browser Controls run from the Internet or Intranet will not have access to certain classes that require their callers to be fully trusted. Examples of such classes include the Windows Foundation Classes (WFC), the com.ms.* classes or the classes in the Supplemental UI Library.

By default, J# Browser Controls that run from the Internet or the Intranet are considered partially trusted code. The steps to run a J# Browser Control as a fully trusted control is described in Security Semantics for J# Browser Controls.

See Also

Migrating Java Applets to Microsoft J# Browser Controls | How to: Debug J# Browser Controls | Security Semantics for J# Browser Controls | Supporting J# Browser Controls and Java Applets in the Same Page

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