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Posted on 2002-07-14
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Hi,

I am writing a programme using Servlet and I have to send a applet to client. So I place the applet tag in the html code in Servlet. However, when I viewed it in browser, it said ClassNotFound Exceptionand in a grey area where I suppose my applet should appear.

My servlet code fragment is as follow:

  response.setContentType("text/html");
  PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();

  out.print("<HTML>"+
         "<HEAD>"+                   "<TITLE>Auction</TITLE>"+
         "</HEAD>"+
         "<BODY>"+
            "<APPLET CODE=\"TemplateVarApplet.class\"  WIDTH=\"300\" HEIGHT=\"300\">"+
         "</APPLET>"+
         "</BODY>"+
         "</HTML>");
out.close();

I place my TemplateVarApplet.class in the same directory as this servlet code.
(both are in C:\Program Files\Apache Tomcat 4.0\webapps\fyp\WEB-INF\classes)

I have try adding codebase to the applet tag but it still can't work.

How to solve this ClassNotFoundException problem in Applet?

Any ideas?
         
Thanks a lot...^^

Sherina
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by:fontaine
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This is the wrong place. Your TemplateVarApplet.class should be located in the directory containing the WEB-INF subdirectory, i.e. where you place your regular files (HTML, etc.). Don't forget that the .class files that compose your applet are indeed loaded by the browser.
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You will also have to add the following codebase in your applet tag (I guess that you refer to the servlet with an URL in the style http://www.myserver.com/servlet/MyServlet):

codebase=".."
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by:sherina
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it work for a while...
but doesn't work now.
dun know what happens...
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