#26 JNLP

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2005-03-06
2004-04-03
Pierre Wargnier
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Here can be the beginning of a valid JNLP file. It has
to be adapted to server environment and correct path to
junit and MySQL jars should be set.

A nice thing to do before is to ensure that the
application starts from the jar. This can be done using
build.xml

<jar jarfile="${lib}/${jarname}" basedir="${build}/">
<manifest>
<attribute name="Main-Class"
value="marauroa.JMarauroa"/>
<attribute name="Class-path" value="junit.jar
mysql-connector-java-3.0.9-stable-bin.jar"/>
</manifest>
</jar>

It's hard for me to test from here and I am not be able
to contribute regularly.

Discussion

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    Thanks,
    I will try to apply to Client that is the only thing that is
    interesting to run on Webstart.

     
  • Logged In: YES
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    ok, done and applied.
    The problem in fact is more complex because we needed to
    sign the jar file in order to give it rights to execute correctly.

     


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