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HTML/Post java.lang.classcastexception

 
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Recieving classcastexception with following applet source. This works on command line (java -cp . myclass.class and desktop (batch file). Any help would be appreciated.

Cole Ragland


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[ July 08, 2005: Message edited by: Ernest Friedman-Hill ]
 
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Hi,

Welcome to JavaRanch!

Well, this is an awful lot of code to digest; you could make things loads easier on us by letting us know which line the stack trace points to, and also telling us the message from the ClassCastException -- it tells you the actual class of the miscast object. I don't actually see any casts here, although there's so much code I may have missed one.

Finally, I'm assuming you know this is only going to work in a digitally signed applet with a properly configured security policy -- all this file access and factory-setting is forbidden otherwise (unless you're loading it locally using appletviewer.)
 
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