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Do I need to make a jar to load this applet?

Jesse Crockett
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Three class files are associated with this source. Do I need to make a jar file?



it will need to conform to the following html specification, thanks:



[ December 16, 2006: Message edited by: Jesse Crockett ]
Ulf Dittmer
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You don't need to put them in a jar file. If you put them in the same directory as the HTML file, all should be fine.


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Jesse Crockett
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i made a jar file:

jar cf jarfile files...

and added "archive="jarfile"" after the classid in each block. now it works!
 
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