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problem in Applet embedding in HTML page

hai,
         i have some problem in the applet. I have a account in myjavaserver.com website. the account name is deeppra. I uploaded my applet program to this path to the server
/chat/Chat.java
in the Chat.java contains in the pakage deeppra.chat
then i created a html file to put the applet, but i gives error message like "Class not found"

this is the code i put in the html file to include the applet
<applet code="deeppra.chat.Chat" width=800 height=400></applet>

Then i saved the file in the root directory as
/Chat.html

Tell me whats the problem
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deeppra
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deeppra
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mukundha_expertCommented:
>>pakage deeppra.chat

if thats your package, your class should be in --> deeppra/chat/Chat.java
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objectsCommented:
you need to load your class file on the server, not your java file
and it should be the directory mentioned by mukundha_expert

/deeppra/chat/Chat.class
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deeppraAuthor Commented:
yea i put all the files there
u can access the site with this url
ftp.myjavaserver.com
username:deeppra
pass:pradeep_


you can go there and see the things, there will be many files but u have all these files inside the chat folder.. u have all the code, class file and html file there

Thanks
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MeritorCommented:
You must have put the class file in WEB-INF/classes directory or the .jar file in WEB-INF/lib directory
If you put your files over there, your html cannot get any applet because it has private access.
You have to put that class file or .jar file to any public access area. i.e. outside of WEB-INF directory.
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mukundha_expertCommented:
ya it should be class file,

place your class like this and try,

web-app
            --->html --------------------> index.html
                         --------------------> deepra --> chat --> Chat.class
            --->WEB-INF    

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