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Did you try using element nativelib for delivering and setup the library path instead?
For info on how to use the element see: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/javaws/developersguide/syntax.html
Thanks for the pointer. Question that I have is I am referencing sqljdbc4.jar in my application, which in turn using sqljdbc_auth.dll.
Which one should i refernce through <nativelib>. Is it sqljdbc4.jar or sqljdbc_auth.dll.
have added the following line to the .jnlp.
But still it is complaining on sqljdbc_audth.dll. If it is sqljdbc_auth.dll, can I use <nativelib> to pass it.
In that case does it need to be signed?. If so,
Is it possible to sign .dll using 'jarsigner'?.
Edited by: 878645 on Apr 26, 2012 3:43 PM
<nativelib> is for DLLS only.
From the following link JNLP syntax says
nativelib --------------------Specifies a JAR file that contains native libraries in it's root directory.
Correct, so what happened when you did that?