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Problens with Java Cache

Afranio Friche

Joined: May 02, 2011
Posts: 1
Hello There,

I have a JNLP app and everytime when i try to launch the app using only the downloaded jars in cache a ClassNotFoundException is launched in the screen.
I am searching in the web with no result and i really need to know why the error occurs and the most simple solution for this!!! The code of JNLP could be see below.

Important: Using the app online works well, the problem is that I need the jar's of my app in cache in the user pc.

Thanks all

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
spec="1.0+" href="nfo.jnlp" >
<title>NFO ContingĂȘncia - CallCenter_Dedic_CA - 1.0</title>
<description>Sistema de contingĂȘncia do Vivo 360 Call Center para o site de CallCenter_Dedic_CA</description>
<description kind="short">NFO - CallCenter_Dedic_CA</description>
<j2se version="1.6+" href=""/>
<jar href="conf.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/Vivo360Contingencia.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/commons.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/commons-lang-2.3.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/commons-logging.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/concurrent.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/configurationprotocol.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/connection.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/Ecsjtapia.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/jdom.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/managementprotocol.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/messagebrokerappblock.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/openmediaprotocol.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/outboundprotocol.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/plugin.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/protocol.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/protocolmanagerappblock.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/reportingprotocol.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/system.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/vivo-ini4j.jar"/>
<jar href="../libs/voiceprotocol.jar"/>
<property name="isWebEnvironment" value="true"/>
<application-desc main-class=""/>

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