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Re: InstantDB: Reading .prp file from a jar


Jody,

>   I'm deploying an application using java web start, which only allows the
>   download of .jar files, and need to include the .prp file for instantdb in
>   the jar.  I'm creating the database on the fly and locating it in c:\temp,
>   so I don't need to have the actual database files in the jar, just the
>   .prp file.

I faced the same problem with JWS (except that I needed a database as well) and overcame 
it by extracting the prp and database from the jar and writing them to the local disk during 
application initialisation. It's a bit clunky but works fine.

Regards,
Peter Yuill


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