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Hi guys !
Can any one tell me where to store my applet class in order to access it in my jsp page(in Visual Age for Java). I have tried most of the directories.
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What do you mean by this? Do you want to use same source code in both places, or are you trying to interact the with same object instances?
You can't really do the later, because the code is running on two different machines. If you want to do the former, you need to have copies of your code in the WEB-INF directory for visible to the server, and somewhere relative to your html page to get visibility to the applet.
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