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Applet not coming in the IE 6 browser.

 
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Hi,
I want to know what setting/configuration I need to set for running Applets inside browsers.
I tried some applets which are running perfectly on Appletviewer but not on browser.
I have JDK 1.5.
In the browser inside Internet Options Dialog box, the Java is enabled,even it is not working.
Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.

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To determine why applets may have problems, it's always a good idea to check the Java Console, where any error messages would be logged. It's accessible through the little Java icon in the Windows task bar (lower right of the screen).
 
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Hi,
Thank you for reply.
Well,I am not getting any icon on right side of screen.
While I am executing the Applet from browser,it displays "load:class Classname not found" message on status bar.
My applet code is below(.html file):

<applet code="PanelsApp.class" width=300 height=300>
</applet>

The class file and html file both are in the same location.
Please suggest.It is working fine with appletviewer.

Thank you in advance.

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If you don't see the Java cup icon, you may have to turn it on in the Java Plugin control panel.
 
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Hi,
From where I can open the panel?
I am not getting any option for opening the same in Control Panel.

Kindly help...

Thank you.
 
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