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.APPLET File Extension

File TypeEclipse Java Applet Policy File

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What is an APPLET file?

Developer file created by Eclipse, a software development application; generated by Eclipse automatically when creating a new applet project and saved to the project root folder as the file java.security.policy; contains security permissions for the applet.

More Information

By default, the java.security.policy file contains the following property, which allows all permissions for the applet codebase:

grant {
  permission java.security.AllPermission;
};

This permission is generally suitable for local development on the developer's machine. However, it may not be suitable for deploying the applet to a production environment, since the applet's permissions may need to be restricted.

Common APPLET Filenames

java.security.policy - A file automatically generated in Eclipse applet development projects containing the security permissions for the applet.

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Updated 11/23/2012

About APPLET Files

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