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Create Executable jar file using Oracle JDeveloper 10g

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Hi,

I am working on Java Application using Oracle JDeveloper 10g

How can I make the Executable file for my project

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You should be making an executable JAR file:

http://jdevelopervss.sourceforge.net/scmguide/sce_packaging.html#deploy

You can also create it from the command-line using this:

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/deployment/jar/
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Thanks, I will come back soon
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Sure.
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Hi,

I got the option to create jar

but it does not create any jar file

What are the things I need to add in the project

It asks for Manifest file and Main class. DO we need to tell this.

Oracle Jdeveloper does not take this from the project properties

Many Thanks
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Usually IDEs have the option to generate a Manifest file. Main Class is not required unless you have a class with a main () method, which you want to be the main class of the JAR for execution. If you want to use the JAR just as a library, you don't need a main class.
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Thanks allot
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Glad to.
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