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For you to be able to do this you would need a separate standalone program. Your web application would try to detect if that program is running or installed on your client's computer if it is then your webapplication would send a request to the local application to run the face capture, if not then your webapplication would require the download of the software.
With regard to your local standalone software. you could do that in visual basic. make sure that your standalone code would also be a small webserver.
so what your web application actually does is it sends a request to the localhost or client computer, assuming that the local standalone is present then your webapplication would be able to connect to it through the small webserver. Well, the main point is that the local software would be the control for the webcam and also the means fo communication between it and your web application.
Sounds like you may have a corrupted java system. Try to reload the OS by going to the Blackberry.com website, an downloading the desktop manager 4.7 fairly large, as well as the Blackberry device software. Depending on Carrier it should be the 4.5 version. Install the desktop manager, then install the handset software. Plug the phone in let it detect the settings, and then use the application loader to reload the handset software. It will back up your settings, and applications, and restore them once it's completed.