Created an applet that uses some .gif files, the first .gif the applet wants is
'neutral.gif'. the applet runs fine standalone (from a PC subdirectory) in IE.
When I JAR up the applet and load it to my server (CMSERVER1) and try to run
the applet from my server I get the following messages on the Java console.
(the "Reached Flag01::init()" message is a 'System.out.println()' message I put
in the applet to reassure myself that the applet itself was initializing).
t]: cannot access file /\\CMSERVER1/LIGHTSPEED/ne
at Flag01.init (Flag01.java:64)
at java/lang/Thread.run (Thread.java)
It appears to me that the applet 'Flag01' is found, and it appears that
'neutral.gif' is found. Why-come can't it access 'neutral.gif'????
'neutral.gif' is not open in something else (no other browser, not in an
editor, not in . . .)
'neutral.gif' has '''normal''' attributes; i.e., it is not 'read only' or
the client is Win98, IE V5.50.4134.0600
the server is IIS on WinNT V4.0, SP 5.
eed (where my app is located) is shared, public,
I am running an Intranet (the server and my dev PC are the only two machines
on net - the cabling doesn't leave the room the two boxes are in).
have tried many different coding approaches in the .HTM - here is the latest:
align = LEFT
code = "Flag01.class"
codebase = "http://cmserver1/LightSpeed
archive = "http://cmserver1/LightSpeed/Flag01.jar
width = "30"
height = "35"
<PARAM NAME=flag VALUE="green">
<PARAM NAME=interval VALUE="800">
no browser support
BTW - 'codebase' seems to have no affect one way or the other, I have
to code 'archive' or it doesn't find the .jar (leaving 'codebase' and
'archive' out completely - so that it looks in the .HTM containing subd as default
ain't working for me either!)
thanks - chris-m