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The applet class can't be found by browser?

 
Ken Buxton
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I wrote an applet. The applet tag shows that the applet class should be in the same directory as the html file. They are both in the same directory. All class files are there. I am worried that I may have run into a browser incompatability with java 1.2.2. Please tell me I am wrong. What could be the problem?
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paul wheaton
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Are you using the plug in?
I only use JDK 1.1 for my applet work so I don't have to mess with the plug-in headaches.
 
Ken Buxton
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nope, not using the plug-in. Shouldn't java2 run on IE5? Where would I get the plugin? Would I need a different plugin for every browser?
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I tried the plug in once. I can't imaging putting my users through that.
I just settle for JDK 1.1 stuff. I compile all my applets with the JDK 1.2, and I just make sure not to use the new 1.2 classes.
Are you familiar with the applet console?
 
Ken Buxton
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nope, havn't heard of applet console.
[This message has been edited by Ken Buxton (edited March 21, 2000).]
 
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On netscape, click on "communicator", then "tools" and then "java console". It will give you more information on why the applet isn't running. Also, your applet can use System.out.println() to send messages to the console.
 
Ken Buxton
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maybe I should download netscape then. To see how that works.
 
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IE has a java console too. I think it is under the view menu.
 
Ken Buxton
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Acualy the java plugin has a control panel that you can tell to show the console. Then it shows when running an app in IE.
 
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