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Applets and Websphere v5.0

 
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Hello,
Does anyone know whether Applets are supported in Websphere v5.0? And if they are, whereabouts in the directory structure should they be placed? In the Web Content or in the Java Source? Thanks!
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Place the applet (preferably in a JAR) in the same place that web pages come from (normally the WAR's root). This is true for all WebApp servers, including WebSphere.
 
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