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If you have something on the server which will, when it sees such a request for an HTML request, produce a modified version of the HTML page with the appropriate <param> tag in it. Usually people would use a JSP or some similar server-side application to do that.
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I cant create a custom HTML file on request. My applet is embedded inside a page with a large amount of external headers, footers and navigation panels that I cant really duplicate with my JSP. But can I create a custom JNLP and simply reference that from the HTML? Ideas?