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Controlling memory available to Java

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Is it possible to control the memory available to Java without manually setting the value in the control panel? It has been suggested that telling all my users to do thiese settings themselves is the only option.
Please advise.
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if you are using Java webstart, you can specify it in the JNLP in single location...

or if standalone, probably you can give a batch file where in specify the heap size and through which the customer can launch the app.

if applet, only way is through control panel!
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If no enetry is made in control panel, what is the default memory allocation?
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64mb I guess!
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