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does JavaFX applet/jnlp require connection to sun servers?

 
Alex Bargo
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I understand that there's a way to deploy javafx applets and jnlp offline by downloading the required files from sun's website.
But normally, it seems that a connection to sun servers must be made for anything to run and javascript has to be enabled to use applets.

I have two questions
Why is connecting to sun servers necessary? especially, when the client already has the javafx runtime.

What if the client loses internet connection or disables javascript, how can one run the JavaFX application/applet offline?
 
Philippe Lhoste
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I don't feel useful to duplicate the answers given in the Why does JavaFX deployment rely on javascript and connecting to sun servers thread on Sun forums.
 
Alex Bargo
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internet is a small place i guess
 
Philippe Lhoste
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Yes, and one full of cross-references...
 
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