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Opening an HTML file from an applet, both of which are in a JAR file

 
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Hi,
This question has been asked many times on this site and at some other java resource sites.
Taking help from the replies posted, I have used the getResource() method of the ClassLoader class.
The HTML file is "abc.html"
The url obtained is "loaderresource://Z/CRWSbHlp.html" which the browser cannot display!! The standard error "The page canot be displayed" screen was displayed.
My code is as follows :


Another method I tried out was with the following code:



Both the outputs of the url in the java console as well as in the url window is :
loaderresource://Z/abc.html

I have tested the code both from a local pc as well as a webserver.
in the case of the web server, the url in the url window is blank, though the url obtained in the java console is the same as above.
I would appreciate if anyone could point out any mistake in my code or offer an alternative.
Thanks,
Shashi
 
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