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JMF Deployment Issue

 
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Hi ranchers,
I am developing an application based on JMF API. This application is for a bank having more then 260 workstation where I have to install this application.
Now problem is that if I am making a normal jar file and deploying it on client. Its not getting the driver although driver is install over their.
Now when I am installing JMF API over that client its then getting the driver. But I dont want JMF API to be installed on each workstation.
I want to have a JAR Package from where I can run my Application.
So, kindly help me out in whether its possible to have such kind of package or not.
 
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Make a jar containing you application and the files from JMF that need to be installed in a given platform.
For Windows :
A) jmf.jar and sound.jar could be placed either in jre1.4.2_01\lib\ext or Program files\JMF2.1.1E\lib . The former is an extension, security considerations can be found in The Extension Mechanism docs. The latter would need a touch in the classpath .
B) jm*.dll and jsound.dll are installed by JMF. They can be placed either in WINNT\system32 or Program files\JMF2.1.1E\lib . If they were in the latter path should point to such directory.
C) I am not pretty sure, but these two also might be needed in Program files\JMF2.1.1E\lib : jmf.properties and soundbank.gm
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[ September 21, 2003: Message edited by: Jose Botella ]
 
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Thanks Jose,
I am very greatfull. The things u have mentioned work very fine.
Thanks Alot
 
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