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Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Applets are not being displayed
Dec-11-17 08:00 PM EST
Original Message
Applet shows, but not the image
Author jalina on 06-11-2000 at 12:29 (EST)
I am trying to setup uShopInputImage1.class. The applet is there, but it shows error loading image.
I copied over the info and put in mine and it wont show the image, or the information. I made sure there were no comas anywhere. I can't figure out what it is im doing wrong. Can you please help me?
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  RE: Applet shows, but not the image Bill Weiner, 2000-06-11 13:17:18 (1)

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         1. RE: Applet shows, but not the image
        Author Bill Weiner on 06-11-2000 at 13:17 (EST)
The problem may have to do with the location of your image file. Here are two options:

OPTION 1) PUT IMAGE FILES IN SAME DIRECTORY AS CLASS FILES.
The image files that are to be loaded by the uShopInputImage1.class should be located same directory as your other class files.

OPTION 2) USE RELATIVE PATH FROM CLASSES DIRECTORY WHEN SPECIFING THE IMAGE NAMES.
Otherwise, the name of the image should be specified with the directory path relative to your classes directory. For example, if you have the following directory structure:

store
I--classes
I--html
I--images

(With your class files, HTML pages, and images located in different directories)

Then you should specify the image name as:

../images/myimage.jpg

Or as another example, if you just have a directory structure like this:

store
I--html
I--images

(With all of the class files and HTML pages in the same directory, but the images in a different directory)

Then you should specify the image name as:

../html/myimage.jpg
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