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Integrating Java Webstart feature at later stage?

 
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Hello Experts ,
I am a newbie in Java WebStart. I have been playing with deploying & updating desktop application using Java Webstart. But now I have a requirement that I don't want to deploy my application using Java WebStart. Image the application is already installed on my system from the last 1 year. At that time Java webstart was not used for deployment but now I want to use webstart just for automatic update. Is it possible to integrate this automatic update feature at later stage? By using plugin or smthing else? Please show some light.Many thanks in advance.
 
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It's possible to deploy an ordinary Java application using Web Start, yes.
 
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