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      06-27-2003
Acrobat 6: 15,675 KB (Reader, W2K)
J2RE 1.4.2: 14,162 KB (Full, Win*)

Now what?

 
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      06-27-2003


hh schrieb:
> Acrobat 6: 15,675 KB (Reader, W2K)
> J2RE 1.4.2: 14,162 KB (Full, Win*)
>
> Now what?
>

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      06-27-2003
> Acrobat 6: 15,675 KB (Reader, W2K)
> J2RE 1.4.2: 14,162 KB (Full, Win*)
>
> Now what?


Use it


 
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      06-28-2003
hh:

>Acrobat 6: 15,675 KB (Reader, W2K)
>J2RE 1.4.2: 14,162 KB (Full, Win*)
>
>Now what?


Hm, the latest JRE is a failure because it's almost as large as the
Acrobat Reader and not capable of rendering PDF at all?

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      06-28-2003
Marco Schmidt wrote:
> hh:
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>>Acrobat 6: 15,675 KB (Reader, W2K)
>>J2RE 1.4.2: 14,162 KB (Full, Win*)
>>
>>Now what?

>
>
> Hm, the latest JRE is a failure because it's almost as large as the
> Acrobat Reader and not capable of rendering PDF at all?
>
> Regards,
> Marco




Did Adobe ever reply to the Java PDF Viewer inquiry?

Q:
Can a WebStart App associate with a certain file extension (i.e. .JDF,
or say .FO)?

 
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Marco Schmidt
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      06-28-2003
hh:

>Did Adobe ever reply to the Java PDF Viewer inquiry?


No, unfortunately not.

>Can a WebStart App associate with a certain file extension (i.e. .JDF,
>or say .FO)?


Probably by editing the registry, programmatically not without JNI, I
guess.

<http://www.google.com/search?q=registry+associate+file+extension>
finds some promising links. All very much Visual-Basic-oriented.

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      06-28-2003
Marco Schmidt wrote:
> hh:

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>
>>Can a WebStart App associate with a certain file extension (i.e. .JDF,
>>or say .FO)?

>
>
> Probably by editing the registry, programmatically not without JNI, I
> guess.
>
> <http://www.google.com/search?q=registry+associate+file+extension>
> finds some promising links. All very much Visual-Basic-oriented.
>


It would be nice to have a "Java Installer + Launcher" as a component of
the JRE, which would handle deployment and startup of both WebStart and
local Apps, including file association, and even handling service type
apps (with a proper API).

The Deployment Tools developers can just concentrate on providing the
packaging services, wizards, revision control, etc.

 
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      06-28-2003
Thomas Kellerer wrote:
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> hh schrieb:
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>> Acrobat 6: 15,675 KB (Reader, W2K)
>> J2RE 1.4.2: 14,162 KB (Full, Win*)
>>
>> Now what?
>>

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