If it runs on the terminal but not in a browser ON THE SAME MACHINE,
the problem might be that Java3D wasn't installed in a global fashion
on the machine. This sounds like the issue as you stated she needs
paths set up to find the libraries -- if Java3D was installed
properly, Java should find it automatically, no need for library
paths or classpaths.
If the issue is that Java3D's not running on a different machine,
there's another point there: Java3D isn't just jar files you can
include with your application -- it's also low-level C libraries that
are operating-system dependent. If the system that's running the web
browser doesn't have those libraries, Java3D won't run no matter
what. And if you created a Java WebStart application or something,
it'd still only be able to run on a specific operating system if it
included the C libraries for that system.
On Apr 20, 2006, at 11:25 AM, RDLatimer wrote:
> One of my students, Yidan Chen, has a Sugarscape model in 3D that
> runs on the terminal, but not as an applet through the browser.
> She has paths set up to find Java 3D libraries.
> Let us know if you have advice, thanks - Randy Latimer