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How to force java plugin 1.2 onwards to use local CLASSPATH

 
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Hi,
My applet used to use java plugin 1.1 and it is using PC's local CLASSPATH to find some third party jar files located on user's PC.
Now with new java plug in installations for 1.2 onwards, they do not user LOCAL CLASSPATH.
Is there any way to force java plugin to use local classpath so that I can use that for my applet.
 
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(Windows)
Configure the classpath via the plugin console which you can find as an entry of the control panel. On the "Advanced" tab their is a field for additional Java Runtime Parameters.
Try:
-cp %CLASSPATH%;additional entries
 
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