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How to distribute and Install a Java class/Java VM  over net on clients machines?

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I have written a java application which is not of a very big size. How can I distribute this, over net to my clients? How the Java VM set will be fixed in the client machines, if they don'nt have one? I just have the java.clas and the email addresses of my clients. A .txt configuration file is also part of the application, needs to go with the java class.

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 Use InstallAnywhere: http://www.zerog.com/ but you have to pay a fee to get it.
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You may convert your java class into .exe with some third party software listed below:
ExeJ     - http://www.sureshotsoftware.com/products.html
Jshrinks - http://www.jshrink.com/jshrink.html
JexePack - http://www.duckware.com/jexepack/

And there is lots more similar software in the market

Then wheteher the client have JVM or JRE is not a factor any more. Of course, you program is not platform independence once convert into exe.
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Can I get any help on running Java application on Windows CE (HP iPAQ5455 with Jeode VM)?

Thanks in anticipation

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