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Reg: Running Swing in Browser

 
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hi,
i have a swing application. I wanted to run it in a browser i have firefox. i have the following import statements in my java code. I have only used the swing components in the application.


and the code of html file generated by the html converter is.



i have also installed j2see sdk ver 1.4. but my browser still shows an dialogue displaying unknownplugin (application/x-java-applet;jpi-version=1.3.0_01).

please any body help me regarding this issue

Thanks and Regards in Advance
 
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Moving to a more appropriate forum.
 
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I recommend using an APPLET tag, not EMBED or OBJECT. Those introduce a number of complications without offering commensurate benefits.
 
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ok when i used the applet tag in this way


i am able to see just a plain box and a cross mark at the top
when i checked the java console i can see this

 
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What is "ButtonDemo"? Does it extend Applet or JApplet? In the code you posted earlier the applet class was named "login".
 
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Actually the login is the slightly complex application. So i was experimenting on the simple ButtonDemo class. But this ButtonDemo already extends JPanel.
Here's the code
 
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In that case you could write a little wrapper class that extends JApplet, and to the content pane of which you'd add the ButtonDemo object.
 
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