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       javaws [ options ]

       javaws [ options ] URL


       Options  may  be  in any order. For a discussion of a spe­
       cific option, see OPTIONS below.

              Command-line options. See OPTIONS below.

       URL    Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of  the  JNLP  (Java
              Network Launching Protocol) file.


       The  javaws  command launches Java Web Start, which is the
       reference implementation of  the  Java  Network  Launching
       Protocol  (JNLP).   Java  Web Start launches java applica­
       tion/applets hosted on a network.

       Without any options javaws will launch the Java Web  Start
       application  manager,  which  users  can  launch  applica­
       tions/applet or configure Java Web Start.

       If an URL specifying a JNLP (Java Network Launching Proto­
       col) file is specified, javaws will launch the Java appli­
       cation/applet specified in the JNLP file.


       The javaws launcher has a set of  options  that  are  sup­
       ported  in  the current release.  However, the options may
       be removed in a future release.  All -X options  are  non-
       standard and subject to change.

              Runs Java Web Start in offline mode.

       -uninstall <url>
              Removes  a specific application/applet indicated by
              the URL to the JNLP file from the user's cache.  If
              <url>   is  not  specified,  the  entire  cache  is
              removed.  Java Web Start will exit after  the  com­
              mand is completed.

              Updates the Java Web Start configuration file based

              System configuration file for Java Deployment Prod­

              User's  mailcap file to specify helper applications
              for Netscape/ Mozilla Browser

              User's mimetype file to specify mimetypes supported
              in Netscape/ Mozilla Browser

              System  mailcap file to specify helper applications
              for Netscape/ Mozilla Browser

              System mimetype file to specify mimetypes supported
              in Netscape/ Mozilla Browser


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                         25 February 2003               javaws(1)



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