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Posted on 2010-09-08
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Dear Experts,

I have a jar file with 2 main classes. I want to execute the jar file specifying some input to start with different main program at different times. How to do that?

package order:
com.utility
-mainclass1.class
-mainclass2.class

It is packaged into classes.jar.

Best Regards.
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write a batch/script file, which takes the input and launches the appropriate class!
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java -cp classes.jar com.utility.mainclass1


java -cp classes.jar com.utility.mainclass2
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Can you please send the content of batch file?

I normally use:
java -jar jarname.jar
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Thanks to objects and all other experts who replied in seconds..

Thanks again!

Solution I have used:
java -cp classes.jar com.utility.mainclass1
java -cp classes.jar com.utility.mainclass2


Regards.
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by:Valeri
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ops, soory! :-)
First of all get familiar with MANIFEST.MF file and you will fix this.
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@Veleri: How to specify multiple Main Class in MANIFEST.MF ?
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