I'm trying to bundle up a Java 2 ( 1.3.1 ) client app as an executable jar
file that the user ( windoze ) can double click like an exe and have it
Everything works find executing it from a windows 2000 command line with
"java -jar MyJar.jar"
However, when I double click it ( windows 2000 ) the application comes up,
but it looks like it can't find some of the component classes and it cant
read some of the *.ini ( text ) files I made.
I used a great Jar app called JavaCannery:
It goes finds all of you dependencies and writes your manifest file
appropriately.....so that isn't the problem.
I noticed that in Windows Explorer | tools | folder option | file types
that jar files are executed with "javaw.exe -jar "?
Why the difference from the command line argument? Does this difference
have anything to do with my app working from the command line and simply
double clicking it?
Thanks in advance