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ClassNotFound:Vector?

 
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I just wrote an applet...the only thing I used from java.util package (that's obvious) is Vector class. But when I run it
over the web I get a ClassNotFoundException: java.util.AbstractList. I know Vector implements AbstractList.
My patha nd classpath are a kosher...what's going on???
With Respect,
Matt
 
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Which jdk does your browser jvm support? AbstractList was introduced in Java 2 (or 1.2). It was not there in jdk1.1 or earlier.

 
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Does that mean you have to have the plugin. I'm using the latest (or nearly so) IE and Netscape.
Thanks for your help.
Matt
 
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