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steps for jws

 
Atul Mishra
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All,
I have a jdic application and I want to use jnlp with jdic. can anyone give me the corect steps to do it ?

I read the article in
https://jdic.dev.java.net/documentation/deployment.html

and when they say
Put jar files in appropriate folders I get confused:
Like if I have a windows server, do i need to put jdic.jar and jdic-native.jar in windows/system32 ?

Please help

Thanks
[ February 14, 2007: Message edited by: Atul Mishra ]
 
Douglas Kent
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Put the application jar file and the jnlp file in the root directory of the web application. For instance, if the application is named "webstart", put the files in the webapps/webstart directory on the server. Spend some time reading up on the webstart tutorials...it's evident that you need to get acquainted with the basics...
 
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