BUT, it did not actually cause the jai_imageio.jar to be used
to provide access to the JPEG 2000 codec.
That seems strange. What shows up in the javaws cache viewer?
It definitely loads and is visible in the cache viewer (and if
I remove it, it reloads and again is visible - it just does not
I don't know enough about whether there is a difference in the way Web Start
works on Mac OS X to be able to comment.
Regardless, can you put the Mac OS X entry of resource in the publicly
accessible JNLP file ?
I am still thinking about it but it makes me a little uncomfortable. Would it
be acceptable perhaps to create a different publicly accessible JNLP file for
this purpose? Also, I was wondering if a generic <resource/> entry would work
instead, i.e., one which did not specify OS and architecture? That would allow
the default to apply to all non-specified platforms. This would need to be
Java Media, Imaging, and Graphics
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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