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creating executable excel library jar problem

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I have a manifest file and using command jar cvfm myapp.jar myapp.MF * for creating an excutable.

However I havea n excel library jar file that is used by my java program to compile and run. This is in the ext/lib file. So when I use javac and java to run this woks fine.

Hwoever when I try to create the excutable the excutable jar gets created but this excel feature does not work.

what is the best corrrect way to package this?

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>> Hwoever when I try to create the excutable the excutable jar gets created but this excel feature does not work.

Are you running it using the same JDK/ JRE which you used earlier (when it worked)?

You might try placing the Excel library JAR file in the same folder as your application's executable JAR file and add a Class-Path entry in the manifest:

Class-Path: excelJARFile.jar

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/deployment/jar/downman.html
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That might b an issue as I ahve many versions of JRE under program fiels. However when I am running using javac from command line I am using the Jdk1.5 that is instaaed under c drive.

So I guess when I create the executable jar it references soe other JRE fro program files and not this one that is for sure.

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Havent been online in a while - what was the reason for the B grade?
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