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Sahir Shah's Tester

 
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Hello
I tried to use applet, but when the applet started i can see the lower half part, which contain answers and upper part(which i think) has questions is blank. Even if i click the finish and try to review the questions a blank frame comes. so i am not able to use it. Is there is some problem in tester?
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Swati
 
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Swati,
This may be a browser related problem. I have not tested this for compatibility with Netscape. Some of the classes used in the applet may not be found in Netscape's VM. If you try it with IE it should work fine.
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Hello
Thanx for your reply. I am using IE4.0 , I don't know what is the problem. I can see the answer part. Is there is any other way to use this tester?
Swati
 
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Swati,
Once I finish updating the textfiles that contain the questions and explanations I shall put the standalone version up for download. Since that is an executable jar file it will use the VM that came with your JDK.
If you open the Java Console(open View & Java Console in the menubar of your browser) you can see the dump from the VM. It will show you a series of ClassNotFoundExceptions. This is because the older browsers dont have most of the classes that you use in JDK1.2 or higher.
I shall have the standalone version ready in a couple of days.
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Hello
In Java Console message is
"BorderLayout: cannot add to layout: unknown constraint: null"
I am waiting for your standalone program. Thanx for your replies.
Swati
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