My IIS (5) server is Windows 2000 Server w/SP2
My client is 2000 professional w/SP2
Java version 1.1.4 Build 3802
Internet Explorer 6.0.2600
I publish pages through Front Page 2000
I have inserted a simple applet into a web page named 'NewDefault.htm'. The applet is Lake.class and has only three lines of code!!
<applet code="Lake" border=10 width=392 height=410>
<param name="image" value="RocksSet.jpg">
The .class file IS in the same folder as the Web page.
The .jpg file IS in the same folder as the web page.
I CAN view this applet from where I downloaded it on the Java Boutique website. Also, while in Front Page, I can select the preview tab and the applet is viewable. When I publish the page and access it through IE the applet will not run. The Java Console returns this error:
I have downloaded Lake (or Lake-like) applets from three different locations, authored by three different names (assuming three different creations of basically the same concept). There was another applet that I previewed and the mouseover had the author name and click had a link to website. I cannot use this.
I have tried both code="Lake" and code="Lake.class"
I have tried entering the codebase="... parameter using ".", "./", the complete URL path to the folder, and the complete physical location of the folder.
I have tried this with and without the border= parameter.
I have checked ALL case in code vs filenames for every different version that I downloaded and tried. (including .jpg file)
I know that I can run Java applets on the server because I am using other applets on my websites. I can run Java in my browser because of all the applets that I have viewed. I have stripped this page down to No code at all between <body> and </body> except these three lines of code and still get the same error messages.
Keeping in mind that I can view the applet while inside Front Page 2000, this tells me that the Java.class file is good and the .jpg file can be read. And I can view this applet through my browser on other websites. I have also tried this with IE 5.5. I figure that there is a configuration setting somewhere. (On the server?) I am looking for a solution to the problem (A+) or an applet that has this effect and will run on this web page on this server(B). I am paying 250 points because this has been a major problem to me. There may be an easy fix and someone may have run across this already. I have tried to write down all of the things that I have already tried so that we do not duplicate efforts.