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Difference between running in Eclipse and as a jar

Atrus Greyor
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Joined: Mar 07, 2004
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Whenever I run PartsOfSpeechRequest() in Eclipse from the code as shown below, it works fine.



However, whenever I put it in a jar, it doesn't work. It will establish a connection, but the method will not work. As you can see, I have put a bunch of JOptionPane.showMessageDialogs, to see exactly where it was breaking. It gets to the try...and then nothing. Neither the JOptionPane that displays "C was closed >.<" nor "Before the PreparedStatement" display.

Does anyone have a suggestion as to why this happens?
Atrus Greyor
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Joined: Mar 07, 2004
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While I had originally thought that this was a MySQL and JDBC problem, I eventually figured out that it was not. It was a jar Manifest problem, but I have it all worked out now.
 
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