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Jnlp in a J2ee application

Atul Mishra
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I have a J2ee application with JSP/action classes etc. Now we want to download some files to the client's machine when user succesfully logs in to the application. I did a sample jnlp file, and I can download my files. Now my j2ee app and my jnlp file exists as two seprate entities. How do I intergate them ?

My app starts like : http://server.com/Test/Login.do and I have the jnlp file here: http://server.com/Test/download.jnlp

Login.do displays a jsp page with userid and password. Upon succesful user login the jnlp file shuld be called and result.jsp should be shown to the users.. Any help appreciated

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