- Thank you for your help. Unfortunately I found that link on Google too :-/ , before deciding to post this topic, and it didn't help me at all - it's a very bogus phrase, that doesn't point to any solution in my case: I already have the XJ3D installed properly, in the /lib/ext directory. And also, this time around, Google is not a very good friend I'm afraid, as it finds only 2 similar posts on JavaInterest Archives. Thanx again, though, even just for the intention of helping me!
- Thanx at least for trying to point me in the right direction about the kind of forums I should be posting my message in.
As I stated in my original message, the loader is the one supplied by XJ3D.org. I didn't have any luck posting on a forum of theirs, as it seems to be kind of deserted . That's why I decided to post it on other forums as well, sorry if I have offended you in any way by doing that!
I tried the Sun version of the loader tonight, but even though this one can connect to my Tomcat server, it has problems of compatibility with some nodes in my VRML files... I understand that Sun did not implement a full-spec VRML97 compatible loader... kind of unprofessional of them.
By the way, I use a VRML loader only as a tool to to load my geometries (which I export in a VRML format from 3DMax)... why that would be insane and irrational I leave it to others to decide...
Thank you anyway.