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    DeDanan is offline Member
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    Default Can i run JAVA-Viewer.jad on website?

    Hi All,

    Is it possible to run a Java Viewer programme on a website that was designed to be run on a Symbian Smart Phone.

    The file that is downloaded and installed on the phone is JAVA-Viewer.jad

    This is a viewer that connects to my home security camera system. I would like if possible to run it from a page in my website. Is this possible without major programming skills?

    Thanking you
    DeDanan

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    Can you just enter the URL that your JAVA-Viewer program uses into a browser on your computer? It looks to me like that JAVA-Viewer is just a runtime that runs on phones, so there may not be anything special about the applet that needs to be viewed only on a phone.

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    Hi NRitH,

    If I enter the URL in an IE browser it tries to run active X and a .cab file that contains a viewer. It does not support any other browsers.

    I can get a copy of the .jad file from the system. I have been looking for information on how to create a webpage that will run / display the JAVA Viewer programme using the .jad file.

    This way I hope to be able to go to any browser, open the webpage I have added the viewer on and view the cameras.

    Regards

    DeDanan

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    It appears I have to somehow create a .jnpl file to run the .jar programme.

    I can see html style code in example .jnpl files elsewhere.

    Is this written in something like notepad and just saved with .jnpl instead of .txt?

    Am I on the right track?

    Thanks
    DeDanan

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeDanan View Post
    It appears I have to somehow create a .jnpl file to run the .jar programme.

    I can see html style code in example .jnpl files elsewhere.

    Is this written in something like notepad and just saved with .jnpl instead of .txt?

    Am I on the right track?

    Thanks
    DeDanan
    Yes. Check out Java Web Start - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia for some pointers.

    p.s. It's jnlp, not jnpl. :)

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