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Netbeans65 + Web Start newbie question

travis starnov

Joined: Mar 08, 2009
Posts: 1
While I reading DOCs I got messy in my head, now
I'm learning all this stuff in practise ! Help me step by step IN PRACTICE please!

I created Java Application - Main class+publis static void main(String[] args) method.
Main class extends JFrame, so it imports all nessessary packages.
I added all methods to have frame working ( many examples on the Intenet ) .
When I run this app everything is OK ! i.e. window appears and i can close it.
Next I created Web Application .
And would like to be able to invoke my Jframe application , i explained above.
I know I need to put a <a href ... > tag on my html page. Let's say I put
this <a href ... tag on index.html -this file NetBeans created for me.
<a> tag must refer to jnlp file. Please help me continuing ... what and
where (directory/folder) I need to save Jframe.jar and jnlp file.
What would be basic content of this jnlp file.
I'm LEARNING THIS ! Please help me.
Paul Clapham

Joined: Oct 14, 2005
Posts: 19973

"Rom", please check your private messages regarding an important administrative matter.

Thank you.
Paul Clapham

Joined: Oct 14, 2005
Posts: 19973

Travis, if you google for the keywords "jnlp tutorial", the first six links that are returned should all be useful information. Several of them should already be "step by step" instructions on how to do it. So please read them, and then if you are running into specific problems, don't hesitate to ask about those specific problems here.
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