Partly offline installation
I've searched the FAQ but could not find an answer.
We currently offer our customers a software bundle for Windows including an JRE. Installing our software on a fresh machine just copies the files (including the JRE) and does not register the JRE in the registry (the JRE is not installed as usually done by downloading the JRE from SUN and installing it manually).
To my understanding from the FAQ, the JRE 6uN needs to be installed on the end-user system, so it can download the rest of the JRE on demand.
Will it be possible with JRE 6uN for us to avoid packaging nearly whole JRE with our application (as currently) and reduce the bundle size from currently 20MB to approx. 10-12MB, so it will contain just the classes which are required by our application? Does it makes sense to use the JRE 6uN for machines which are not or just rarely connected to the internet?