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Launching JavaHelp from a Web page

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Leo Paoletti

Hello,
It looks like we figured out the problem with some help from our
developers. Here's what we needed to do:
1. Not have a space in the Help file Jar's name. This was causing a
problem.
2. Have the Jar file signed (with a security certificate). Apparently we
were running into a problem because we are running newer versions of Java.

Note: in my original email I indicated we needed the following files--
hsviewer.jar, jh.jar, and run.jar
It looks like we only need the jh.jar file.

I hope this information helps.

thanks,
Leo

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javafundoo
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Hello Leo,
I am facing some problems with Launching JavaHelp from a Webpage.
My questions are,
How do you get URL of a HelpSet using "[i]HelpSet.findHelpSet(classLoader, url)[/i]" method in a JSP.
Also tell me to keep the Help system's jar and
How to get Class loader in JavaHelp launching JSP.

thanks.

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