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  1. Re: Embedding an executable .JAR file in a webpage

    Yes, thats the one and it is an 'unplugged recording'. The reason we didn't want to convert to a movie is that this only gives the audio and presentations slides and any interaction within...
  2. Re: Embedding an executable .JAR file in a webpage

    We create the .JAR using Blackboard Publish (our .jar file contains is a recording of an online training session which includes the blackboard control window and not just sound and slides in order to...
  3. Re: Embedding an executable .JAR file in a webpage

    Thanks both for your efforts to help me! I have tried simply removing the .class from the html but it didn't work. I have looked inside the .JAR and have not found a test.class. There must be well...
  4. Re: Embedding an executable .JAR file in a webpage

    Our site is hosted so should I just put the .jar in the root? In the meantime here is the java console data:

    java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Test.class
    at...
  5. Re: Embedding an executable .JAR file in a webpage

    Since my last post I have tried a different .JAR file and what I think is the same code (see below). I no longer get an error but when I look at the page I just see a little java loading picture and...
  6. Embedding an executable .JAR file in a webpage

    Hi everyone,

    I am desperate for some expert advise about embedding an executable .jar file on a webpage. I am not a programmer and we use Blackboard Publish to package our Blackboard sessions...
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