I cannot associate jnlp suffix with javaws

Posted on 2007-10-09
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Need some help with Java related issue and JNLP file.
I have some clients PC which have Java installed but I can't seem to have problems with java and it's JNLP file I cannot associate jnlp suffix with javaws on some of our machine. I don't really want to use something like this ("C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_xx\bin\javaws.exe" http://xxxx...), as I'd rather keep all the con uniform easier to support and upgrade when we change the java version
Question by:francot
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msmolyak earned 375 total points
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Can you associate it with javaws.exe and rely on the path to this executable to be correct? Alternatively, you can use %JAVA_HIOME%\bin\javaws.exe and rely on JAVA_HOME being set.

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