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Calling Applet in JSP

supriya riya
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Joined: Feb 23, 2009
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I am not able to call a simple helloWorld applet from jsp page session.jsp.Browser shows error applet/nameof applet not inited.i tried using applet tag and jsp:plugin tag also but error i am getting is same.My applet is in another project GUIFormExamples in source file folder manoj its name is HelloWorld.I am calling it in project Firstpro in jsp page session.jsp.GUIFormExamples is java class file library type.Firstpro is web project.

Amir Iqbal
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Joined: Jun 23, 2007
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in my opinion, the flaw may be in follwoing line,

please be sure that "="/GUIFormExamples1/src/manoj/HelloWorld.class" and "/GUIFormExamples1/src/manoj" paths are right.


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Ulf Dittmer

Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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"code" is a class name, not a file name, so it shouldn't contain any slashes - only package names and the class name, separated by dots, like you would use whenever a class name is used.

"codebase" should be left out if the hierarchy of class directories is in the the same directory as the HTML page.

This section of the Java Tutorial talks about the applet tag in detail.
supriya riya
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Joined: Feb 23, 2009
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Still i am not getting applet in jsp.I would like to mention again that jsp is in one project it is web project and applet is in another project that is a Java Class Library project.Both are in same workspace.Is this anything to do with HelloWorld.class file's location?

i tried following

i have used "." package separator and directory path for where my applet is for codebase

I agree. Here's the link:
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