My Question is when servlet call and applet like this out.println("<applet code=xyz.class width=200 height=400></applet>") this is work?? if yes kindly tell me where the xyz.class should placed or how should i call an applet class in servlet??
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Applet code should be placed in the root directory where your main HTML Web Page is located. In Java Web Server this is public_html, inside your JavaWebServer2.0 DIR
Alexandre Bellezi Jos�
Joined: Aug 03, 2007
could you elaborate this. i`ve tried putting the applet class file in the same directory as i`ve put the compiled servlet(.class) that calls the applet.but the servlet is running well but applet is not called(initialized). please respond quickly. [This message has been edited by abj (edited June 28, 2000).]
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Joined: Mar 22, 2000
It isn't loaded because the originating URL is the /servlet/xxxx directory, but the server is forbidden to directly serve files from that directory. The best fix is to specify a BASE tag when writing the page the applet is contained in. This will cause the browser to look in the base directory for applet class files, image files, html files, etc. <base href="http://url/rootdir/" > or <base href="/rootdir/" > BASE tags go in the <head> </head> area.
try it this way use codebase attribute in <applet> tag
like this in your servlet code write out.println("<appletcode=xyz.class codebase=http://...... width=300 height=300>");
Joined: Jun 29, 2000
Originally posted by gparan: My Question is when servlet call and applet like this out.println("<applet code=xyz.class codebase=http://..... width=200 height=400></applet>") this is work?? if yes kindly tell me where the xyz.class should placed or how should i call an applet class in servlet??