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Converting JNLP Files to Work With This Release


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Converting JNLP Files to Work With This Release


The JNLP file format has not changed between the 1.0 and this release.

If your JNLP file is compatible with a version of Java Web Start that is lower than 1.0, please note that the JNLP file format has changed significantly.  Below is a list of the most common modifications that needs to be applied to a 0.4 JNLP file to make it compatible with Java Web Start 1.0 or higher:

  • Set spec attribute to 1.0.
  • Rename the unrestricted element to all-permissions.
  • Rename the jre element to j2se and move this element inside the resources element (i.e., make j2se a subelement of resources).

Converting JNLP files used with the 1.0-beta or 1.0-rc release only requires updating the spec attribute to "1.0".



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