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I've developed applets using Symantic Cafe 2.1 WDE. The applets use some Symantic Class Files and KLG components. It runs fine on my machine as I have set the class paths of KLG jar files and Symantic Class Files on my machine. Now i have to deploy it to the Web Server, Windows NT . I have made all the settings listed by KLG and Semantic but it is not running there.When ever I try to load these applets on a machine where Symantic cafe class files are not installed it says  a method setSelectedButton() in RadioButtonGroupPanel Class is invalid or not found. KLG components and the FastForward drivers, i'm using for database connectivity, are working absolutly fine. i don't know why this Symantic class is giving problem. Please help me.

I have tried to compile it with Sun JDK 1.1 but the problem is still there.

Please reply as soon as possible

and Thanks in advance.


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arooj, the symantec cafe uses internal classes that comes with the ide (as you found yourself) especially if you are doing UI in the symantec cafe. The best thing would be to detach your code from their classes but since its not practical now, what you should do is find the jar file of the ide (look in the IDEs classpath to find the missing jar), and distibute it with your code. To do that you can unjar the IDEs jar in the same laval as your codes root and jar them all together to a single jar, or you can have two jars and write in the html file that there are two archives. I'd also go and look in the symantec cafe docs to see if there is any info about distribution.

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thanks a lot for your answer.
i made one jar file from semantic cafe jar menu and copied all the klg jar files and fastforward classes and then set the path and its ok now. the semantic cafe jar menu utility automatically imports all the semantic classes used by the semantic ide.

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