Hi Guys, I would deeply appreciate any help from you.
In short, my applet does not load when i call it from jsp page.
I am using eclipse juno,Apache tomcat 7.x as the environment to develop the program.
the following is my jsp page. (examApplet.jsp)
<%@ page language="java" contentType="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
I know i am messing up in the codebase part of the plug in.
the error is the same if i run the application on eclipse or export it to a war file and deploy it in apache.
i have tried both the <applet> tag and the <jsp:Plugin> tag, the applet tag displays nothing on the page where as the jsp:Plugin tag shows an empty box which loads the java run-time plugin on the browser and pops up a message saying class not found error.
my file system on eclipse is:
classes(all .class files are in this folder)
(contains all my .java files)
(contains all the.jsp files)
the file system on creating a .war file is:
(contains all .jsp files and images needed)
classes(Contains all class files)
it is only the plugin function that doesnot work, the applet runs on its own if run as a java applet on eclipse.
I am not a pro at programming, i have really hit a roadblock. any help as soon as possible would be really appreciated.
attaching the screenshot of the webpage on the eclipse browser
Here you tell the browser to download the applet from the WEB-INF/classes folder (relative to the URL of the page which this code is in). Entries in that folder cannot be accessed by the browser, so your applet can't be downloaded.
Hi Paul, I tried using the WEB-INF/classes in the codebase it didnt work, i have the same error.
even tried placing the examapplet.class in the same folder as my jsp, that didnt work either.
any other suggestions?