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successful compilation, but not running

 
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Hi,
I am beginner and I am facing the following problem with running applets...
"exception in thread "main" java.util.MissingResourceException
cant find resource for bundle sun.applet.resources.MsgAppletViewer, KeyAppletPanel.badattribute.exception....."
Please help me...
one more problem i face is that i can run and compile in my jdk1.3/bin directory but not in jdk1.3
please guide me..
thank you
 
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>one more problem i face is that i can run and compile in my
>jdk1.3/bin directory but not in jdk1.3

Did you change your PATH to include jdk1.3/bin ?
 
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my classpath is set as c:\jdk1.3\bin is it right?
 
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Originally posted by gayathri bhushan:
Your class path should begin with .;C and so on.
You must put a .; before the C in your clas path for it to work.
Good Luck!

 
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Hi,
I think this is the problem with your classpath setting.
Classpath is always set to " lib " directory.(not bin directory)
And "path" is set to bin directory.
Set classpath & path correctly I hope this should solve your problem
Shripad
 
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