|josh||02/03/2008 07:36 pm|
|I need to download the following sites...which access needed data thru java applet.
When I attempt to download...many files are downloaded...but when I browse the site the java applet doesn't go to the data.
|Oleg Chernavin||02/04/2008 10:06 am|
|I would suggest you to select the Project that partially downloaded the site, click the AutoSave button on the Internal Browser toolbar and then click Browse. Offline Explorer Pro should download missing files.
|josh||02/09/2008 11:23 pm|
|> I would suggest you to select the Project that partially downloaded the site, click the AutoSave button on the Internal Browser toolbar and then click Browse. Offline Explorer Pro should download missing files.
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
The original URLs open to a java applet which allows a user to make selections...then run the applet to see user selected data (weather maps). Even if I drill down 2 or three levels....lots of files are downloaded but the page doesn't open the java applet. I have the most current version of Java and the pages open with no problem in my browsers (Firefox and IE).
|Oleg Chernavin||02/10/2008 08:45 am|
|This is really hard to download automatically. But did my advice about AutoSave gave any better result?
|josh||02/10/2008 02:39 pm|
|> This is really hard to download automatically. But did my advice about AutoSave gave any better result?
If I browse with Internet Explorer after downloading, I see the JAVA frame and a message "Press SPACEBAR or ENTER to activate and use this control". When I press ENTER nothing happens. When I browse in Firefox I see the JAVA frame but no options. Browsing with autosave makes no difference.
It will download around 130 files...but I can only see the JAVA frame. If nothing else...how can I download this type of file manually?
|Oleg Chernavin||02/11/2008 07:08 am|
|I tried to understand what is wrong, but I still have no idea. The files were correctly downloaded, browser doesn't require any other file and still it doesn't display it.
I can only suspect that they added a kind of anti-offline-browsing protection.