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I made an application that's running by JNLP, and it's ok. But, I need to load an external file from that (a kind of file.conf, it needs to be out from jar).

When I open on web (http://localhost:8080/aplicacao/start.jnlp), it doesn�t find this external file, but, when I click 2x on start.jnlp local, it find. So, the application run on 2 situations (local and web), but just don't open the external file when I try it on web.

Can I set any "fileset" in my jnlp to find this file on two that cases? Or, if this application always run on jnlp, exists any way to get the "codebase" from jnlp to get this file from url direct?

[ December 10, 2007: Message edited by: Edio Kunhasky Junior ]
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