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Using the Java 1.5 cache folder structure with Java 1.6

Richard Peters
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Is it possible to make the Java 1.6 WebStart to use the caching folder structure that was used under java 1.5 (i.e. a sub folder based on the url of the jnlp).

Reason for asking is that currently we push out the “jar” files to our 3000+ client pc’s into the folder that the java 1.5 cache uses (so that when we deploy a new app we don’t crash the network when all three thousand pc try and down load the app first thing in the morning).
 
 
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