Re: How to copy one jar inside another

"Andrew Thompson" <u32984@uwe>
Sat, 05 May 2007 18:23:37 GMT
Mark Space wrote:

Communication is a two way street.

True. If you read my original post, you'd notice that I specifically
said webstart isn't an option.

I did notice, and suspected that you (like 95%+
of developers) thought you understood web start,
when you do not. Like..

..I don't want to get into details, but
basically, I have no web page to start from,

Not required..

..and don't want to set one
up, plus HTTP connectivity isn't guaranteed anyway.

Also not required.

.. I'm going to have
to deliver the .jar physically by some other means, which I'm trying to
figure out.

It sounds like this project is bound to arrive on
disk of some sort. Web start is poorly named,
in that it strongly implies it is for the web (only),
but a web start application can be also be installed
directly off *disk* as well, using a call to ..
  javaws -import thelaunchfile.jnlp
A simple index.html that links to scripts for Win.,
*nix and Mac. should do the trick.

Andrew Thompson

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