Just a follow-up:
// Adding files to Zope through FTP doesn't seem to have the same
Actually, it did for me. FTP was able to upload all the class files except
those with the $ in them (the classes with inner-classes). That's how I
found out about the problem.
Holger Lehmann said:
// What about putting it all in a jar-file ?
I tried that, too, but Java would choke on running the Jar file that was
served from Zope. If anyone has a working JAR file applet in Zope, I'd love
to see the syntax they used!
To make my applet work, I had to go into the java code and separate out the
inner classes so that every class was in its own file. This turned out to
be a lot easier than I expected.
Here's the original message...
> Hello all,
> The problem is that inner classes have names like "Parent$Inner.class"
> I'm unable to create a Zope file object with a name that includes the
> sign. However, the applet won't function without it.
> Has any one overcome this?
> Yes, the applet functions properly when served from apache (but I need to
> serve it from Zope).
> Please respond directly to me and mailing list as I am not currently on
> mailing list.
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