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We have a stand alone web application written using JavaScript and Microsoft XMLDOM to generate HTML dynamically. We now want to run this on IE4-5, so want to rewrite the parsing as a Java Applet (as the software is distributed on a CD and must be stand alone, we cannot install anything to the computer).
Alas, Microsoft JVM is 1.1.4! Anyway, I want to bundle the Applet in a JAR along with the XML containing a product index and the XSL to create HTML to return to JavaScript in a web page and Xalan etc. I can use the classes with the Applet fine, but how do I read in the XML? Is this possible in Java 1.1.4 on Microsoft JVM. I try using a url to no effect, and there is no Jar type url or getResource available is there?
But I still think it should be possible as I can read in an audio file out of the JAR.
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