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Webstart JLNP and Java3D

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Hello,
I have an application that uses Java3D and I would like it to make
webstart-enabled.

Which tags (or how do i go about) stating the dependancy of the Java3D
api within my application's JLNP file?

Thank you for your time.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Andre Bonin wrote:
Hello,
I have an application that uses Java3D and I would like it to make
webstart-enabled.

Which tags (or how do i go about) stating the dependancy of the Java3D
api within my application's JLNP file?

Thank you for your time.


I found a solution, just FYI.
A project seems to have been put foward to do exactly what i wanted, you
can view it here.
https://j3d-webstart.dev.java.net/

All you have to do is add an external reference to
https://j3d-webstart.dev.java.net/re....3-latest.jnlp and
everything works.

Webstart rules (too bad you can't control the classpath though :) )
Jul 17 '05 #2

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