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Finding Class Files on Host Computer

 
Tina Parks
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When a Java applet is running in a browser, the Java class file is sent to the host computer. How do I find it? I figured that there must be some sort of temporary folder where these class files reside while the applet is running, but my Search utility (from the Start menu) doesn't find it. I am using Opera, but I can use Netscape or IE in a pinch. Thanks.
 
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Sorry, I just realized that siddhartha singh asked the same question. I will look for responses in his thread.
 
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Okay, since no one has responded to Mr. Singh's question, I am open for responses? Can anyone help?
 
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Was this a dumb question?
I am using Opera as my Web browser, but I also use Netscape. I have found a Web page that includes an applet driven by a jar file. When I try to download the jar file, I get a window containing text (binary garble), not a prompt to save. (This is not a problem with preferences, as I can download jar files off of other Web sites with no problem.)
When the Web site is loaded, the jar file must be downloaded onto my computer, correct? So where is it? I have tried searching for the jar file, but nothing turns up. Is there special software that can monitor such net activity and display which files are being downloaded, and where?
Sorry to be impatient, but I teach a class this Monday and I cannot get the applet I was planning on demonstrating to load because the jar file doesn't want to download. Any help would be appreciated.
 
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maybe you should ask the author for a copy.
 
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My email to the author bounced.
 
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