The problem is that ” character is in front of the version number and it should not be.
If you expereince problems with new versions not auto-prompting to download, then check the HTML tag. There is a lot of information on MSDN regarding INF files, I will just mention some things that I feel are not clear or not mentioned at all on MSDN.
For complete details on the provide other mechanisms for inter-applet communication.
For security reasons, the applet's class loader can read only from the same codebase from which the applet was started.
I wrap this into a CAB file and use the Object tag to embed it in the page.
When you download the cab file, it will REPLACE the existing files that are found in the search path if they have a lesser version than the version you specify in the INF File Version= entry.As I approach the end of a project that involves packaging an application within an Active X container, I thought it would be helpful to share some of the odd discoveries that I have experienced.Some of these will be documented on MSDN and some will be documented no-where!Ytry to deploy files into C: Windows or c:\windows\system by setting the Dest Dir= value to 10 or 11, but that is a fairly cheesy fix (if it even works at all).– When visiting the page that contains the HTML tag for my active X control I just get a red X or a get errors from my half exploding active X application.
If that is what you are experiencing, check to see how far the Cab install was able to get to.