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how applet is deploy in tomcat

 
ehsan dar
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I have built a applet containing one class in JBuilder, it is working fine in JBuilder but got a problem to deploy it on tomcat
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

but got a problem to deploy it on tomcat

What does this mean? Are there error messages? If so, which ones, and where do they appear?

As far as the web server/servlet container is concerned, applets are just regular static files to be served. Just put all of them (HTML, class files, Jar files, etc.) in a publicly accessible directory, and it should work.

A common mistake is to put the class files and/or jar files inside of the WEB-INF directory. That directory is not publicly accessible, and thus the browser won't be able to download them from there.
 
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