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Applet Jar Dependencies - Help!

 
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I have an Applet that I wrote which depends on two other Third-Party Jar files. I have been compiling the classes which are in each of those jar files into my applet jar file. As you can imagine, my applet jar file is getting huge. Does anyone know a better way to deploy these other jar files along with my applet? I have heard of using Optional Packages, but these are not optional. The applet will not run without them. Any ideas on how to do this would help. Thanks alot.
 
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The codes can be compiled and archived in different jar files.
These files can be downloaded using cache_archive etc in the html that loads applet.
 
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