I have a work application that I need to run occasionally, and we're provided with a url that loads a page with nothing but the object tag pointing at some remote jar file. Obviously, I already have the JRE installed.
Is there a way to get this to run directly (in Windows)? If it were a jnlp file, I'd just do a c:\path\to\javaws.exe http://something.edu/blah.jnlp and it would work as expected.
I want to install a Windows browser, to run a JNLP app which only runs under Windows browsers per the supplier. App requires JavaWS. Trying to run the JNLP using JavaWS under Linux without a Windows browser results in "cannot read or parse JNLP file".
I am trying to load an jnlp file. However I have the following erroro: Could not read or parse JNLP file. I've read that for this the problem might befrom Mozilla's preferences: Edit -> Preferences -> Applications -> "Java Web Start application".
Hi - I've just downloaded a very interesting .jnlp file; however, I seem unable to do anything with it.
I've searched a lot of places, and found many different ways to try to enable either firefox, mozilla, or seamonkey to handle the file, but so far I'm very unclear on what the "best" way would be.
I have a file (.jnlp, but that isn't important) that I want to open with a certain program (javaws). Problem is that the program I want to open it with is not diosplayed in the list of programs when selecting Open with in the right-click menu.