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Jay Schrock
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Im testing an applet that originally had the <Applet> tag, runs fine in the browser. When I convert the html so that it uses the <OBJECT> tags I receive a
load:class com.sdg.jwdk.rdw not found
java.long.ClassNotFoundException: java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\.......\rdw The system can not find the path specified...
I noticed in the .cab file (which Im assuming is similar to a jar file) all the classes are listed but in the path is blank for all classes.
I found that inside the java classes each module does have a package com.sdg.jwdl: statement in them. Is my error because of the path missing from the Cab file? Problem with my theory is that it works fine simply using the <Applet> tag...
[ April 30, 2003: Message edited by: Jay Schrock ]
 
Maulin Vasavada
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hi
can u post ur <applet> tag code and the <object> tag code that u 've ??
that might help more...to b frank i 've never used .cab files...
regards
maulin
 
Nicholas Turner
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Have you used the htmlconv utility available with sun. I had the same problem and it converst the applet tag for you
 
Nicholas Turner
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ohh yeah dont forget to specify the archive tag with the jar file
 
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