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can I put data files into jar for applet

 
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Hi,
Recently I had wrote a applet as a menu in Browser. I put all classes into jar and it worked well but if I put a data file ( for example, a xml file or a image file ), then I got an error that told me the files not be found.
I used java-plugin and the tag "object".
I tried to use jar because it's convenient to jar all dependent libraries.
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Images should not be a problem - you use loadImage and getDocumentBase(). I don't know about files in general (although if a image file can be read it seems like other files could be read as well). However, you might be better off using a properties file instead of an XML file. They were supported in earlier releases and don't need additional class libraries to be parsed.
 
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