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Application compiles and builds on Netbeans but not as an independent jar file?

Posted on 2011-10-20
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Is it possible that your application compiles and builds flawlessly in Netbeans but when you build it and run it outside of Netbeans you get heaps of Exceptions??!  (keeping in mind that the all the libraries and dependencies are ported along with the actual jar file).
Question by:snajalm
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I've already covered this in your previous (still open) question. Why did you open a new one?
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by:Pramod Kumar
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If you are getting error outside related with: missing classes, then surely there are some library missing.
I can put more comment if i know exact issue you are getting.

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snajalm earned 0 total points
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With this one, what I got was that the Netbeans does not take the VMOptions in the compile time and therefore one would need to either hard code these parameters inside the application or create a configuration file that would pass the parameters to the application!  In my case these few lines of code solved my issue,

Properties systemProps = System.getProperties();
systemProps.put("javax.net.ssl.trustStore", "jssecacerts");

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I found the answer to the question by googling around!
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>>In my case these few lines of code solved my issue

That's not a good way of doing things btw

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