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Problem with running an applet using Netscape

 
Anonymous
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Could anybody please tell me what is that error message when i try to run applet using Netscape or IE.
The error message is:
java.lang.no such method error:Java/lang/Float:
method parseFloat[ljava/lang/string]F not found.
Please anyhelp with it.
Thanks alot.
 
Pawel Veselov
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That means 'don`t use M$ products for creating WEB applications'
 
Anonymous
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Thanks for your reply.
I'm using Visual cafe to create that applet,I don't think so there is a relation between that and M$.
I checked Netscape console,it says something related to java 1.1.5.
Maybe is there a conflict with what I'm using JDK 1.2 that comes with Visual cafe?
or can we download something to enable the browser to run my applet?
please help with it.
Thanks alot.

Originally posted by Pawel Veselov:
That means 'don`t use M$ products for creating WEB applications'

 
Frank Carver
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You can download the "java plugin" from Sun which will enable Netscape to run Java 2 applets. It works well once installed, we use it here for several projects.
Bear in mind though that not all users like having to download a plugin, and it does require slight changes to the HTML which you use to invoke the applet.
See http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/index.html for more details.
 
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