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Problem viewing applet

 
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Hi. I have some problem viewing applet.

I have downloaded a sample applet from java.sun.com site and placed the applet codes on my server. i could see the applet running on the java website, but i couldn't see the applet running on my server. so far, i tried on 3 computers, only 1 user can see the applet running on my server. however, i could access the html pages from my server on the 3 computers. and all the 3 computers can see the sample applet running on java website.

The status bar on IE browser will show "Done" at first, then "load: class JavaClock.class not found. java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: JavaClock.class found" when i check on the java plugin console.

all the 3 computer have different version of java plugin: 1.3.1, 1.4.2_01 and 1.4.2_06.

what did i miss out? pls help. thank you.
 
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hi. i manage to solve the problem. it's due to proxy setting. In the java plugin console, by default, "use browser setting" is selected. i unchecked that option, and enter my server address under "No proxy host". then i can view all the applets on my server.

 
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