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Whenever I am running applet using appletviewer I am getting the below warning message:
Can't read Appletviewer properties file.
How to correct this?
 
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Is that a problem?
 
Pritam Chatterjee
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It is not a problem.But I want to understand the details of this error message.
 
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Does it happen every time you run your applet with AppletViewer or just the first time.
Also please can you show the full message that is being output.
 
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It showed the warning for the first time only.I rechecked it.Thanks.
 
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I have a vague recollection that the file is created if not present and hence you only get the warning the first time the applet is run.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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