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JAXM Applet Problem

 
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Hi Folks
I am developnig a program using applets and JAXM(Java Api For XML Messaging). I have created an applet class which sends a request to a web service using SOAP Messages. I have even signed the applet to avoid any restrictions from the local file system.
I also have to deploy my JAXM Api Files to the client machine in other to access api class files for my program. I have packed all API jar files and my applet class in one sigle jar file and then signed it using jar tool. The applet flags NoClassDefFoundError when I try to execute the applet in NetScape 7.0 Browser.
I am using J2SDK1.4.X and Latest Java Plug in to run my applet.
Problem in a nutshell....
Can any body tell Whether JAXM apis can be used in applets.
Thanx in advance
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Please check that you have coverted HTML using HTML Converter in Jdk's bin directory to avoid any version conflicts.
if your jars' class isn not found then check your jar packaging.
also be sure that you have JRE of 1.4 installed for your browser.
Also tell me which class in not found
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Khurram.
 
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