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How to create a installable version of java project

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i have made one tool . im using mail API also for that tool. can anybody tell me how to create the installable version of this tool.

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Sandeep
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If you want a "installable" version, you will need a "install tool"  like InstallAnywhere, or any other. It's easy to do a install, it's like a tutorial.

If you want to "deploy" your java code, in a way the user can use it, then I recomend you make a jar file with your classes, and deploy with JRE libs too.

I recomend you to know a little of the manifest file in http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/jar/basics/manifest.html, it can determine a main class for your application, then you say something like java -jar myapplication.jar, and you main class is called. See the jar application too, it's like a file zipper.

(excuse my english, I'm not english)

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