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Unable to load applet in web browser.

 
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Hello all,
I am new to Java. I wrote a very simple applet. It works fine with the Eclipse browser. When I tried to load it on to web browser, classDefNotFound exception arises.
Here is my code for the applet:
MyApplet.java

Here is my html file:
DrawOval.html

My Project hierarchy is like this.
FirstApplet/src/com/example/applet/DrawOval.html .
My class file goes into: FirstApplet/bin/com/example/applet/MyApplet.class
DrawOval.html is also in the same directory after I build my project.
I tried using relative path in the CODEBASE to the applet class. It didnt work either. Please help me find the reason.
 
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It's generally easiest to keep the class files in the same directory as the HTML file. That's also how it needs to be here, given the APPLET tag you have.
 
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The code attribute of an applet element requires the fully qualified class name of the class. That would be com.example.applet.MyApplet Furthermore, whether it is stored in a Jar or as a loose class on the server, it needs to be in a directory structure that reflects that package structure. As a loose class, with no codebase specified, the class would need to be located at com/example/applet/MyApplet.class, where the com directory is in the same directory as the HTML.
 
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