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java+InstallShield Multiple Platform installer

 
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I'm using InstallShield Multiple Platform installer for preparing installation
set up of my java application.It builts the set up properly but whenever
i run the set up it gives me runtime error of Java Virtual Machine not being
resolved.
I have tried both options of providing JVM.One with JVM Resolution of
InstallShield Multiple Platform and other JVM of my local machine.
But in both cases same error comes.
thanking you in advance
javed
 
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I think you would be better served by using Sun's WebStart JNLP
from here: http://java.sun.com/products/javawebstart/
 
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