i'm encountering a probem.... the updated webstart version (08-nov-2011) seems to be corrupted. my own applet fails loading with the exception "Error: java.io.FileNotFoundException: http://jogamp.org/deployment/webstart/jogl-core.jnlp"
i tried the applet starter examples here on jogamp, but they also fail loadig.
is there a new approach to deploy jogl based applets? or is the current webstart build corrupted and will be fixed soon?
On Tuesday, November 09, 2010 11:12:38 Triipaxx [via jogamp] wrote:
> Hey guys,
> i'm encountering a probem.... the updated webstart version (08-nov-2011)
> seems to be corrupted. my own applet fails loading with the exception
> "Error: java.io.FileNotFoundException:
> i tried the applet starter examples here on jogamp, but they also fail
> is there a new approach to deploy jogl based applets? or is the current
> webstart build corrupted and will be fixed soon?
Oops .. sorry, these hours I am working on the new deployment of JOGL,
and as it seems, I have corrupted the old folder.
However, in a few hours, new signed binaries will be up and running.
Besides .. the above is not a top-level jnlp file, you would need to try Gears.jnlp.
any news about the fix? it's still not working. the gears.jnlp, you where talking about, is also missing on the server. so an applet deployment using your webstart libraries is still impossible...
when will it be fixed?
I see there's been a ton of activity in the last day or two, and the website seems to be changing right now. I'm also interested in when the JOGL stuff will be ready, so I'm posting to be notified of updates to this thread.
what happened to the webstart build? i'm running into the same problem. i'm not able to deploy my applets. i double checked the applet deployment demo here on the server, and as it seems, there is no necessary jnlp-file present anymore!! what happened?
will it be fixed soon? i hope so, because i'm not able to run any of my applets :(
JRE 6 update 21 introduced new protections against mixing signed and unsigned code in applets. If you sign your applets they should still work, but I've had a lot of trouble (on windows especially) getting JOGL applets to run. If you go into the Java control panel advanced setting and turn off this mixed code checking the applets work again. I can't very well recommend that anyone disable Java security settings as a workaround, though.
I'm not sure it's possible to get the signed launcher running an unsigned JOGL applet anymore, but I would appreciate additional insight.