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How to run a sample swing application using JNLP and web start..?

 
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Hi Members,

Steps to run a sample swing application using jnlp...

But i tried to do the following:

I made a jar of my swing application and i placed the jnlp file and jar file in tomcat/webapps..?

Inside the jnlp file i have made some settings, but i face some problems...

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Prabhu.
 
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What settings?
What problems?

http://faq.javaranch.com/java/TellTheDetails
 
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The question is not clear. To run a sample swing application using Java Web Start is easy. Just run this.

 
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