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hi! friends i'm working on a project and i have completed all the coding of the project now i have to distribute the project to the clients. and the project will be distributed over the internet. so how to transfer my project from my server to the client m/c. so that it should be executed whenever required. Ajay Singhal ------------------
There is a product called InstallSheild that will bundle everything up into one download file that you can make available from a web-page, and the user downloads it and "executes" it, which causes it to be installed. http://www.installshield.com/
"JavaRanch, where the deer and the Certified play" - David O'Meara
InstallAnywhere from ZeroG software (www.zerog.com) is another option that works well for Java programs, and I believe that it also supports the sort of web-based distribution that you're interested in. The last time I did a side-by-side comparison between the two, I found InstallAnywhere to be a much better choice for distributing Java applications, although I have to admit that it's been quite a while (at least in "Internet time") since I compared them with one another. ------------------ Brett Spell Author, Professional Java Programming
hi all i faced the same problem but my project uses (JMF) so i have to install it first on evrey user's machine and all user's have to go thrue the installaition process and made shortcut's for jmf i realy don't want all that to be happen i want the user setup my program by double click on the plahpalh.exe to install my program and don't go through the instalation of jmf thanks maged
Joined: Jan 10, 2001
Hi, what you can do is, bundle your jmf libraries in your installer just as you bundle normal jar and lib files. you do not need to install jmf additionally... Ajay