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Brooks Duncan

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Recent posts by Brooks Duncan

I am just guessing here, but check and make sure that the methods you want to use are not "new" as of Java 1.2. The JVM that ships with most browsesrs is surprisingly old, so unless you are using the Java Plug-In, you will have problems using recent additions to Java (I ran into this while trying to use methods of the Vector class).
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19 years ago
Are you using SWING components? If so, you'll need to install the Java Plug-In in order to get IE to display them. If you don't have it, you can get the error that you've described.
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19 years ago
I have gotten that error when I have somehow gotten a corrupt .class file. Usually it happens when I forget to put the jar name when I try to jar something, and it ends up screwing up all the class files in the folder.
Try recompiling your .java file(s) and see if that helps.
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19 years ago
Another really good one is Tomcat, from the Apache project. You can get it at:
http://jakarta.apache.org/downloads/binindex.html

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[This message has been edited by Brooks Duncan (edited October 19, 2000).]
19 years ago
The books at the top of the screen are apparently ranked from best to worst going from left to right.
I personally have used the leftmost one, "Enterprise JavaBeans" and while good, the examples can be very frustrating to get working.
Good luck!
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