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packaging an application in netbeans that uses javax.comm

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i have developed an application in java using netbeans that uses javax.comm package. In order to use this package I need to put 3 file: win32com.dll, comm.jar and in appropriate folders in jdk and jre. Now I want to deploy my application. How can I include these three files in my netbeans package itself, so that the end user can run my application directly. I know how to create a jar of my netbeans application. I also know that comm.jar can be added to library. But is there a way of packaging win32com.dll and case you know of any free java product installer that detects a jdk and jre, and after detection will allow me to specify copying of the 3 javax.comm files in certain folders, please let me know... please help me...this is very important for me..thanks
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