Java Web Start ensures the most current version of the application will be deployed, also deals with jre versions.
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Sadly thought I dont envision the user launching the applciation through their browser everytime. It would be nice if they could use the features provided by webstart to update a locally installed version of the software.
Ahh ok, that sounds like I need to spend some time looking into this before making any decision. Sounds like it could be good help.
I've used install4J for application distribution in the past which I like. It'd be good if I can carry on using that but somehow call the webstart functionality from within my app. If they click on a check for updates button for example..
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