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Java 6 update 31 and jnlp

05/02/2012 5003 views

I want to deploy this package to my users and I would like for a couple of advanced options set. One is Show Console and jnlp file assocation - always allow. I can't find anything like that in the registry.

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Set Java options is to use a system-level deployment.properties and deployment.config file: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/docs/guide/deployment/deployment-guide/properties.html
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Actually by far the best way to set Java options is to use a system-level deployment.properties and deployment.config file. Have a look at this link for more info: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/docs/guide/deployment/deployment-guide/properties.html

 

Answered 05/03/2012 by: pjgeutjens
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  • Thanks. I am looking into this now.

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I'm not sure where these settings are set but there are a couple of tools that can help you figure out where this is set.

The first tool is Regshot. You run it before you make the changes on a test machine, then make the changes and run it a second time, and finally compare the 2 snapshots to see what has changed in the registry.

The second tool is diskpulse, you turn it on right before the change and it will show you all of the files that are being accessed on your HDD.

With using these tools you should be able to pinpoint where these changes are taking place on your system so that you can replicate it in a software push.

Answered 05/02/2012 by: darkhawktman
Green Belt

  • These sound like 2 great tools. Thanks.
 
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