IcedTeaWeb Started application apparently tries to download classpath resources from server
jvanek at redhat.com
Wed Feb 20 15:24:19 UTC 2019
Yes. Codebase is where your code is laying, and thus where ITW is searching for it.
On 2/20/19 2:12 PM, Christian Svedin wrote:
> I have an application that is started using webstart. After the application has started I get
> logging on my server that says that something is trying to load resources that doesn't exist.
> To me it looks like my webstarted application is trying to load classes/resources from the url that
> is codebase in my jnlp.
> For example, it seems like getClass().getClassLoader().getResource("/missing/resource") tries to
> load from http://my.application/webstart/missing/resource if my codebase is
Where else would you like it to look?
If you expect it to load from jars, then you are right, and that is first place it should look.
> Does the classloader i get from icedtea-web behave the way I think? Is this how it's supposed to
> If this is how it's supposed to work, doesn't this have quite big performance implications?
> / Christian
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