Java TutorialYou will have to set up Java-environment (version 1.4), Java-plugin and Java3D on your machine as in the following to view 3D-catalytic mechanisms in this DB. Moreover, machines with graphic card (from NVIDIA or ATI) and 256 MB memory or more is highly recommended at the Java Plug-in.
1. How to use Applet (User side)
1.1. System Requirements
1.2. Starting the applicationBefore accessing the URL using browser, it should be set up as follows. (Here, the case of Windows is shown.)
1.2.1. Java Plug-in Setup"Java Plug-in" will be selected from "Control Panel". In the "Advanced" tab, "-Xmx256M" should be put in the column of "Java Runtime Parameters".
Moreover, in the "Browser" tab, the browsers that will be used have to be ticked, and then "Apply" button will be clicked.
1.2.2. Internet Browser SetupBefore using Internet Explorer, "Internet option" will be selected from "Tools" menu. In the "Advanced" tab, "Use Java2 v1.4.2_03 for <applet> (requires restart)" will be ticked in the section of "Java (Sun)", and "OK" button will be clicked.
1.3. Installation of JOGLAccording to the OS, the required files are as follows:
1.3.1. For WindowsThe directory/folder for JRE is indicated as <JRE>.
e.g.) <JRE>=C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_10
The file, "jogl.jar", should be stored in the directory <JRE>\lib\ext, whereas the other files, "jogl.dll" and "jogl_cg.dll", should be in <JRE>\bin .
1.3.2. For LinuxThe directory for JRE is indicated as <JRE>.
The file, "jogl.jar", should be stored in the directory <JRE>/lib/ext, whereas the other files, "libjogl.so" and "libjogl_cg.so", should be in <JRE>/bin/i386 .
1.3.3. For MacintoshFor operation on the command interface, all the files should be stored in /Library/Java/Extentions.
For operation on the graphical interface, the files should be stored in Macintosh HD/Library/Java/Extensions.