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i need some help related to Javax

 
Kajol Shroff
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Hi everyboy,
I needed some help related to Javax folder ......Where is the Javax folder in the JDK1.2 I was trying to run a applet but couldnt because the applet is importing Javax.swing.* there is no such folder in JDK1.2 called Javax ....so I think I am no able to view the applet in the browser....can anybody please help me in this....
I think I need to set the class path....is it..
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ryan burgdorfer
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Kajol,
The 'J' in javax should be lowercase...like this:
import javax.swing.*;
~Ryan
 
Kajol Shroff
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Hi Ryan,
I am sorry u are right its import javax.swing.*
But still when I view it in Browser it gives me error
can u tell me why
Kajol
 
Brett Knapik
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you probably are missing one of the jar files or adding it to you class path may help. try adding C:\jdkHomeDirectory\jre\lib\rt.jar to your classpath.
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