So, I have a program that must be distributed using WebStart, and it has to have Save/Open dialogs. The program runs PERFECTLY (If I may so ) when not in Web Start, but the moment I run it through Web Start, I can't use anything that invokes a JFileChooser.
Is there a reason for this I should be aware of?
If I haven't mentioned enough, let me know and I'll be happy to provide any and all details!
Nope, there are no exceptions if I do this outside of Web Start or anything--it runs perfectly fine. Also, the JAR is up to date and everything. Sorry for not being specific, but I simply can't use any command/listener/method that would invoke a JFileChooser.
My JAR is not signed... does it have to be? I suppose I should get to it then.
I asked in another thread, but maybe I should append here if this is the case. Is there a tutorial for signing JAR's? (The CORRECT way.) Or etiquette, conventions, or anything?