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I am deploying Eclipse based application with Java Web Start. By default the installation of my application is doing in "C:" drive because I created the jnlp file as below

<property name="osgi.instance.area" value="C:/MyApplication/org.eclipse.osgi/bundles"/>
<property name="osgi.configuration.area" value="C:/MyApplication"/>
<property name="eclipse.product" value="My.product"/>
<property name="osgi.sharedConfiguration.area" value="C:/MyApplication"/>


But I need to allow the users to choose the location where they would like to install / deploy the application.

Please let me know a) how to get "Browse for folder" button.

b) I need to create a dynamic jnlp file based on the user's information. Whether "C:" or "D:" drive.

Any information on this is highly helpful for me.

Thanks,
 
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