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I have created some web service stubs from the WSDL for the usage in the Java Desktop application. The desktop java application utilise the web service stubs to download the data from the DB to the local machine.
Now, I want a kind of mechanism, which allows the java desktop application to get hosted or initiated using some activex control in IIS. And download the data to the client, which hits the IIS server. [My requirement is to initiate a java desktop application through an activex control on IIS]
My approach :
I tried manipulating the java application code , so that it can be accessed using an applet in an html. The intention is to provide the download path of the client machine and let the applet download the data to the client machine. The activex control does call the required html file, which further initiates the applet.
I did manage to sign the jars required etc to resolve the initial hiccups.... But, now I am getting an Access exception from the Websphere server, saying that the Access exception reading the server property. Is there any way to resolve this or some better method to achive my goal.