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I want to run a java applet in a ASP.NET webform. Please tell me the procedure.
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An ASP.Net webform is simply an HTML page with some processing behind it. So simply edit the page and put the applet HTML in it.
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I've done but, It is throwing an exception(can not find class file).
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Well it is highly unlikely that this has anything to do with it being an ASP.Net webform.
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I create a folder in my website called 'JavaApplets' then store the .class file of applet. Then i use it in Default.aspx like:

<applet code="/JavaApplets/MyApplet.class" width="100" height="100"></applet>
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The only thing I can think is that your url is an absolute URL, and if your ASP.Net application is in a subdirectory (e.g. WebSite1) then the URL in there should be "JavaApplets/MyApplet.class", not "/JavaApplets/MyApplet.class".
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