1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 20, 2008 9:35 AM by Pascal Gehring

    Accessing JApplets from jsp...

    Pascal Gehring Newbie

      Hello,

      ich want to know what I have to do for accessing an applet from a jsp. I'm using jboss 4.2.3 and Netbeans IDE 6.1 for developing my application.

      The IDE creates an ear-archive and copies it to jboss. Jboss is deploying this ear-archive.

      I have created an jar-archive which contains my applet classes. This jar-file is located in the same directory as the jsps of my web module.

      Now I try following:

      APPLET CODE="org.media.chat.ChatRoomApplet"
      ARCHIVE="Chat.jar"
      ALIGN="center"
      HEIGHT="200"
      WIDTH="250"
      ALT="Could not load applet!"


      or:

      <jsp:plugin type="applet"
      code="ChatRoomApplet"
      iepluginurl="http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/autodl/jinstall-1_4-windows-i586.cab"
      nspluginurl="http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/"
      jreversion="1.4.2"
      archive="Chat.jar"
      name="ChatRoomApplet"
      width="250"
      height="200">
      <jsp:fallback> Your browser do not support applets! </jsp:fallback>
      </jsp:plugin>

      but nothing works. A ClassNotFoundException appears from java console. So the browser can't find the applet.

      But what on earth I have ever done, nothing is working! I have searched through the Internet and tried out many solutions from results of google, but something is very strange.

      I guess that this problem has something to do with the ear-archive. But I am not sure, because I read in the Internet, that jboss unzipps the war of my ear and deployes it to tomcat. The files are located outside the WEB-INF so the browser has access...

      So what is the problem?? Can anybody help me please??

      Greetings

      Pascal