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Where to put applets........

Tacha Arnull
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PLease help I am driving myself insane with this. I have an applet that commuicates with a servlet to create a local xml file. A servlet should then be able to parse the xml file and pass it back to the applet to be displayed on the screen. My problem is this:
Using jsdk I do not know where to place the applet (i.e. which directory - so that it resides in localhost:8080/) but the parsing of the xml local file is perfect.
Using jswdk I know where to put the applet so that it communicates with the applet and everything is going great so far..... but everytime I try and use the parser I get big error messages although it is exactly the same servlet that I was using with jsdk.
I am stuck. Where do I place the applet in jsdk and why does the jswdk not recognise the parser???
 
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