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Bootstrap with Java Web Start: is it possible?  RSS feed

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I'm developing a chat for my university and I want to use Java Web Start. For the application client-side, I've write a class, named URLClientBootstrap.java, put it into a jar file, and my jnlp file refers to it.
This class does a bootstrap of another class of the server codebase, named AutClient.java and it's correctly throw thanks to JWS. But, if I click on a button, I need to make another bootstrap so, from AutClient.java, I need to bootstrap a class named RegClient.java but this doesn't append.

Why? I can make only one bootstrap? Or maybe JWS doesn't allow me to start another applet?
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