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Java Web Start is taking more time to launch the Application

 
Kushi Gadiparthi
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Hi All,

I am using the Java Web Start to Launch the Application and using the JNLP's Remotely.

When I click on the Launch Button the Java Web Stat takes a very long time that is more than 10mins for "verifying the application".

Will you please anybody give some Idea to improve the performance and reduce the time of Java Web Start.


Thanks in Advance.
 
Maneesh Godbole
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Java web start/JNLP questions are best suited on the JNLP and Webstart forum. I will move this topic there for you.
In future please do take out time to CarefullyChooseOneForum
 
Kushi Gadiparthi
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Thanks,

Jashvika
 
Sunil Manheri
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By default Java Web Start checks for updates before launching the application. There is a new element added in Java 6 named <update> where you can control the update check, with the following values:

  • timeout
  • always
  • background


  • In your case you can set the value as background as shown below, where the application will be launched immediately but the update check will happen in the background.

    <update check="background"/>

    Check this link for a sample JNLP file: Distribute your Swing application via Java Web Start
     
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