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how to run a java program from batch file?

 
Venkat Suryadevara
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I am unable to run a java program from a batch file that i created.
spiderpackage.EntryPoint is a class file which I am trying to run with a -v option to output something.what should I do to get the output to a file???

echo ^<html^>^<body^>
echo hello^<br^>
call java spiderpackage.EntryPoint
echo ^</body^>^</html^>
 
Lu Battist
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Try the following in your batch program:
cat htmlBegTags.txt > output.part1
java spiderpackage.EntryPoint > output.part2
cat htmlEndTags.txt > output.part3
cat output.part1 output.part2 output.part3 > myFile.html
rm output.*
where htmlBegTags.txt contain <html>...
where htmlEndTags.txt contain ...</html>
 
Greg Charles
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The greater-than sign is used to redirect output to a file. It seems like you want the entire batch output in the file so, assuming the script is in mybatch.bat:
mybatch > myfile.html
should do the trick. You probably want to take "call" out of the script. That's used specifically for calling another batch file.
 
Maged Roshdy
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Hi all,
sorry for that i could't share you to solve this
patch problem
but i want to learn how to run java program form
a patch file could anyone help me
thanks,
 
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