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ERROR: Index out of Bounds

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Applets are not adding items to Shopping Cart
Oct-20-17 05:25 PM EST
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ERROR: Index out of Bounds
Author Winston on 07-26-2002 at 12:55 (EST)
I am running XP with Dreamweaver MX. I noticed that when you try to input an applet (ushopCart2.class) by using the applet button in Dreamweaver MX. I have noticved the followng: When you input the (ushopCart2) with the applet button in the Object panel of Dreamweaver MX the browser gives the following error: "Exception: java.lang. string Index out of Bounds: Exception string index out of range). But if I go into the code and manually input the code it shows up fine. Go figure. And, yes the codebase was inputted properly and yes I can see the demo file on my computer. Thanks!
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  RE: ERROR: Index out of Bounds Bill Weiner, 2002-07-28 08:09:22 (1)

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         1. RE: ERROR: Index out of Bounds
        Author Bill Weiner on 07-28-2002 at 08:09 (EST)
Any "Index out of bounds" error indicates that you have an error in your applet parameters... most likely due to an extra comma in an "option" parameter or an extra semicolon in a "product_list" parameter. So double-check your applet parameters and if you still don't spot the problem, give me the URL with the input applet and I will take a look at it for you.
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