Remove the "codebase" attribute. You can't use absolute paths like "D:\..." anyway, but you don't need it if HTML file and jar file are in the same directory. You do not need to (and should not) extract the jar file.
thanks it solved my problem,but when i gave the package names,which i should have remembered to give.And in IDE netbeans its the JFtp class as main class extends Jframe.But it was not working.When i used JFtpApplet it woked.
So can anyone help me with this i dint get why with JFtp in code field it wasnt running.
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
I'm not sure what you're asking - the "code" attribute must contain the fully-qualified name of the class. So if you leave out the package name it won't work.
Joined: Feb 23, 2009
I just jumbled my words and got confused.I got it.....