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running an application by j builder2 and jdk1.1.6

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i have a java j builder2 and jdk1.1.6
after finish creating an application with my j builder, what do i need to do in order to run my application?
thank you!!!
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To run the application standalone you need to make a batch file setting the CLASSPATH and invoking java.exe on the class that holds your main.

eg.

set CLASSPATH .;c:\jdk1.1\lib\classes.zip
java yourpackagename.yourmainclass OR java yourmainclass (if you are not using packages)

If you are using packages then this bat should go into the directory that is the root of your package tree.  Otherwise you can just put it in the directory with your main class.
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