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How would you take an existing application or applet and create a jar file to run on a web page?
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You can only do that with an applet.

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/jar/
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You can only run an applet on a web page so if you have an application you'll first need to convert it to an applet.

to make a jar use the command:

jav cvf <jarname> <classes>
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