Unlimi-Tech applets provide the ability to embed full-featured FTP clients and file transfer managers into a webpage. This allows end users to transfer files without the need to install or configure additional software.
UnlimitedFTP Product Family
Embed an FTP interface directly into your web page, enabling 2-way transfers without leaving the browser. Imagine: you will never have to explain how to configure an FTP client again. Add the UnlimitedFTP Servlet to your solution, and firewall issues also disappear.
U-Upload Product Family
Download multiple files with a single mouse click. Use dynamic web languages such as PHP for file selection, or assign a permanent set of files to the button. HTTP(S) allows the download to bypass all but the strictest firewalls, and redirection enables integration with a web application.
Required Update to All Applets
As of March 12th, 2013 all older Java Applets versions published by Unlimi-Tech will stop working. An upgrade is required to keep these applets working error free after this date.
All Java Applets including, UnlimitedFTP, UUpload and UDownload have been updated.
- New Applet Certificate expiring on March 29, 2015
Tips & Tricks: Internet Explorer and FileCatalyst Applets
When a FileCatalyst applet is loaded in a user’s computer the Internet Explorer 9 may show following warning: “FileCatalyst wants to use an old version of java (1.6.0_18) that is not installed on your system. We recommend running this application with the latest version of Java on your computer”.
This is caused by IE not being not able to properly interpret certain components of JavsScript code. To fix this problem a small change should be made to applet configuration file (for example fcdownload.js).
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Yep, We Still Work with Java 7!
Recently, we have had tickets raised in our support system asking about compatibility with Java 1.7 (Java 7 SE). After Java moved to 1.7 over a year ago, we indeed needed to upgrade our applets to maintain compatibility. However, this change was made within days and we have been compatibile ever since. If you are experiencing a problem with Java 7, you may not have upgraded yet.
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