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Calling a JApplet Class in subfolder of a JAR  RSS feed

 
Vincent Oh
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Both my HTML and JAR file are in the same folder.



My JAR file hierarchy:
Tester3/HelloApplet1.class
HelloApplet.class
META-INF/Manifest.mf

I can call HelloApplet.class with no problem but for the one inside Tester3 folder, I cant seems to be able to reach it. Any help? Thanks in advance.
 
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The only way to make it work is if the HelloApplet1 clas is in package called "Tester3". Otherwise there's no way.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:The only way to make it work is if the HelloApplet1 clas is in package called "Tester3". Otherwise there's no way.


It is already define with package Tester3. I export the class file from Eclipse. Just that I do not know how to script the HTML for it to target the subfolder in a Jar file.
 
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like this:

... code="Tester3.HelloApplet1.class" ...

See http://docs.oracle.com/javase/1.4.2/docs/guide/misc/applet.html and http://docs.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/docs/guide/plugin/developer_guide/contents.html for everything you need to know about deploying applets.
 
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Ya i figured it out awhile after my previous reply. need to use "dot" to indicate package hierarchy. thanks!
 
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