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g Peshone
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Hi, I downloaded the oracle java with netbeans hoping I could build a web portal but somehow I cannot find anything related to the web. Why I cannot find it? Thanks.
Darryl Burke
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Nothing to do with JNLP and Web Start. Moving to Beginning Java.


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Campbell Ritchie
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How were you planning to build the portal?
g Peshone
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What do you mean how do I plan to build it up? I would implement what I want to put up there and launch it, is it not how it works? I would use windows to run local server and build the system and then I would take it somewhere where they support java web portal.

Where should this post be?
Paul Clapham
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The post should be in the forum which is most relevant to your question. But you haven't really asked a question yet, that's why there's a problem with where the post should be. But you could clarify things by asking a question. So why don't you go ahead and do that?
g Peshone
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Java Web! How do I start in the netbeans?
Thanks.
g Peshone
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I figured it out. It was in plugins!? Not a part of a standard download.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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