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Class not found when deploying applet

 
dinesh prasad
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I'm using a program called Install4j to create an installer for an applet.
I tried using the classpath variable which has a reference to the directory containing the applet. I also tried creating a new environment variable with reference to the directory... I tried specifying the class file itself. It will install the program fine, it gives an error after you try to run it the first time. Any ideas?? x()
[ September 13, 2003: Message edited by: dinesh prasad ]
 
John Boyd-Rainey
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I don't think classpath and other client-based stuff are the right place to look. The browser has to know everything about its Java-installation. If it doesn't, it won't be able to start any applets at all. Since it does start them, that department is fine.
"after" starting the applet means while it is starting, or later?
Could you post the code of the HTML label and/or the important bits of your applet?
 
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