This should be incredibly easy, and I guarantee it's something simple that I "should know," and just remain ignorant of.
First off, I'm not a java developer. My company does not develop in java. However, they recently thought that it would be a smart idea to purchase a program that does something that we want to do, and it was written in java. The guy came, set up eclipse on my machine, gave me the files, set everything up so I click "run dialog", and throw in a couple command line arguments into there, and everything runs just fine, then he left. I guess he assumed I knew what to do.
After researching / reading around, I have concluded that I have zero idea what I'm doing.
So, I have code that runs fine in eclipse. I'm not in Kansas, or my cozy little VS anymore, and there is no effin "compile" button that spits out a wonderful .exe.
I have tried "Exporting" the project by using file->export, and then use the command of Java -jar jarname.jar, but when it does that, it says that it can't find a class in one of the jars that is referenced in the project.
It works. I've seen it work. I can use it if I go into eclipse and run it. I just need to be able to hit it as a command line execution. What am I missing / not doing?