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load:class sampleapplet.HelloApplet not found

 
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Hi guys,

I am a beginner in applet. I'm creating a web based application. I created a simple applet named "sampleapplet.HelloApplet" and a TestApplet.html page to run it, like this

<html>
<head>
<title> HTML Test Page </title>
</head>
<body>
sampleapplet.HelloApplet will appear below in a Java enabled browser.
<br><br>
<applet
codebase = "."
code = "sampleapplet.HelloApplet.class"
name = "TestApplet"
width = "400"
height = "300"
hspace = "0"
vspace = "0"
align = "middle"
>
</applet>
</body>
</html>

I can start it by openning the TestApplet.html directly. When I try to run it under the Tomocat, it threw error "load:class sampleapplet.HelloApplet not found". I have copied "sampleapplet.HelloApplet.class" into the WEB-INF\classes.

Can any one suggest me to deploy it correctly?

Thnaks,
Jason Li
 
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Applets are not servlets, and are not related to web applications in the Servlet/JSP sense (and thus the classes don't go into a WEB-INF directory). Your applet classes need to be in the same directory as the HTML file that references them. Or, in your case where you are using a package, in a subdirectory called 'sampleapplet'.
 
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Think too about an archive applet parameter (a *.jar file) less trafic!

Peter
 
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