Below we will describe how you can create the jnlp examples for Marvin Beans.
First, take a brief view of the content of the jnlp directory.
msketch.jnlp.txt - Template for a simple MarvinSketch jnlp example
mview.jnlp.txt - Template for a simple MarvinView jnlp example
msketch64.gif - Icon to the MarvinSketch jnlp example
mview64.gif - Icon to the MarvinView jnlp example
Step-by-step instructions are provided for configuring the above examples for running.
First, you need a webserver (for example, Tomcat) that will hosts the jnlp examples.
Install Marvin Beans package to the host where the webserver is located.
Check that the webserver can access Marvin Beans directory. (If not, please consult with the web server's manual about how to set it.)
In the jnlp subdirectory of the Marvin Beans directory, take a copy about each file that ends with .jnlp.txt. The new name has to be the same as the old one without the .txt postfix.
cp msketch.jnlp.txt msketch.jnlp
cp mview.jnlp.txt mview.jnlp
Modify the absolute references in the jnlp files. Each occurrence of
substitute to the URL of the Marvin Beans directory. (for example, http://www.myhost.com/marvinbeans ).
Now the configuration is ready (on server-side). To run the example, type the URL of the jnlp example in your browser.