J2EE 1.4 Server and Java Applet

Posted on 2004-10-23
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
Dear All,

I am developing a J2EE 1.4 Application with the J2EE default Server.

I'm trying to upload Java applet to J2EE Application in J2EE DeployTool, using Web Component.
as I tried to drag and drop the applet classes into a custom folder, on the tree directory, the class files are automatically copied to "classes" folder, leaving the HTML.

I wanted to keep the applet class files with the HTML files in one custom folder (say folder CUSTOM)

anybody know how to accomplish that ?

Question by:Slowang
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi Slowang,

    Package your applet class files in a jar file. Change the tags in your html file to a codebase referencing a jar file.

    When adding the jar, using the deployment tool, after adding it, move it to the desired location.


    Author Comment

    Thanks mate~!

    problem solved~!
    LVL 14

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    by:Tommy Braas

    No worries, mate! (wife from aus... :)

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