Title: RE: help with applets...

You can use the tag ARCHIVE in your html code to
tell where to find the classes you need at run-time.

See example below:

align="baseline" width="455" height="224"

Which means "execute the applet com.lloyds.ppilot.applet.gui.PPilotApplet.class
You will find the classes in the following jar files vbjorb.jar, etc..."

Note: in this example the jar files are in the same directory that the html file

Hope this will help


-----Original Message-----
From: victor [mailto:vr39089@trishul.icil.co.in]
Sent: mardi, 21. septembre 1999 18:31
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: help with applets...

hi all,
I am working on an V4R2 and relatively new to java.
I am trying to access data from the as400 and display them using
Problem is the program is working fine with a main method but when
called from an applet gives
me an error "java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/ibm/as400/access/AS400"
connecting to the database. It gives this error while using any of the
AS400 classes.
I have the toolbox installed on my pc and running the applet on my pc
Any suggestions??????

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