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Java Applet Class File Loading in to Tomcat Server

Posted on 2001-07-08
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Hi!

I have a problem in loading of the applet class file in a Tomcat Server, can any one of them help me out, where i should place my applet class file,
I have created a pkg and added it as a jar in the .bash_profile and i have also placed it under the /WEb-INF/Classes direcotry, but it is not recognising the class file, pls.. help me out asap,

Thx to all in advance,

ChitraReddy
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Depends on were your html is that needs the applet, and the applet tag for the applet.
Basically you can specify in the applet tag were to find your classes.
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1. First check the web.xml present in

WEB-INF directory. Look for "class" extention and MIME-TYPE

2. Then check the user running the TOMCAT has proper permissions on the .class file.
 <extension>
            class
        </extension>
        <mime-type>
            application/java
        </mime-type>

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