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Could not parse launch file. Error at line 0

 
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Hi all

While i am running the JNLP application i am getting this error.I am getting the following in the exception and in the wrapped exception.







here is my jnlp file

Please help me

 
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Hello

I have a same problem.

Do you have any solution for this problem?

Thanks
 
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Enable Java console output for webstart applications. Make sure it is getting full JNLP file on your machine. It could help you debuging if there is any issue in downloaded JNLP file.
 
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sourabh girdhar wrote:Enable Java console output for webstart applications. Make sure it is getting full JNLP file on your machine. It could help you debuging if there is any issue in downloaded JNLP file.



Hello

Thank you. I always enable the console. I can't fix this problem.
 
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Copy jnlp file from the webstart startup dialog window where the error is displayed (downloaded jnlp file will be displayed in one of the tabs in the startup window.) and post it here
 
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I'm having a similar problem.

The interesting thing is that I only get the error with openjdk (idetea) version of javaws

Using the sun version, everything works fine.

I'm not sure what to do about it. It seems to suggest my jnlp is valid (slightly different that the original poster's issue).

But the whole purpose of a web app like this is universality.

Any ideas?

Joe.
 
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