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Setting class path through jnlp

 
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Hi guys,
i am working on a video conferencing application and using JMF classes for media capture ,transmit and display. The Interface classes and all the required classes are embedded in a jar file and am deploying it to clients from a web server using JAVA WEB START.
I am doing this so that users can use my application without 'installing'
JMF on their machines.They get all the required classes when the access a session.
I am facing problem with path i think .

DO I REQUIRE TO INSTALL JMF in order to use those classes in my application. ?

If i get those JMF classes from a web server can i use them for my application without 'installing ' JMF ?

Is there a solution for this ?
 
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