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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    Unsigned Applets are not allowed to read most things from or write anything to a user's PC. You need to give it permission to read Property values like user.dir for example.
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    You should put all the rest of your files into another jar file instead of having them as separate files on the server. The archive= attribute can have a list of jar files.
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    The getResource methods are the way to get "files" that are in a jar file.
    Try moving moving the getResouce calls out of the method call and print out the value returned.
    Try a different path by...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    I guess something is wrong someplace.
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    I don't know why you got a different error message than I did.
    It looks like the code in the init method failed at line 22 trying to create the GraphEditor object.

    Is that all the text of the...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    code=com.mxgraph.examples
    just like you use in a package statement or import statement.


    Not sure where but its one of the browser's menu options.
    Also go to the Control Panel and find the...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    That is the path to a file not a directory.

    Does the browser work ok with the slashes in the class name? I have always used .s


    For simple cases I always put the html file and the jar file in...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    Are the relative locations of the files on the server the same as they are on your PC?

    Are there any errors in the browser's java console?
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Uploading a Java Applet embedded in HTML to a Web server

    Are the relative locations of the files on the server the same as they are on your PC?

    Are there any errors in the browser's java console?

    The code= attribute should be the name of the class,...
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