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Help with running application in a browser

 
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I have a JFrame (the size of the .java is 29.7KB and the .class file
is 1.70KB) it works fine both when called from the command prompt or websphere. Now I want to display it from Internet explorer. Iam using IE version 5.5. In order to be able to call it from IE5.5 I created an applet
and called the application object on it. When I use appletviewer the application run without problems, but when I double click the .html file to make run in Internet explorer it doesn't run at all. I have tried to do the same with a much smaller application ( 700 bytes) and it works fine.
Any soughts in why I have a problem display my application ?
Thanks
Tina
 
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Have you looked at the Java Plug-in Console to see if there are any errors being displayed?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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