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Hi, I have a java application that should run other jars. For example
I have JAR1, JAR2, JAR3. Each jar has a batch process BAT1, BAT2,BAT3. My application will call each of these batch processes. Once BAT1 is finished BAT2 should be called and so on. How am I supposed to do this?
Another complication is that the application is tested on windows and then will be deployed on Linux during production. So i will be using shell there but still i should be making as little changes as possible to my installable
It says shell scripts MAY not work. Have you actually tried your scripts or are you just assuming they won't work. If they don't work then, then I would repeat Stefan's earlier question. Can't you do whatever these scripts are doing directly in Java ?
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will have to try. will do that.
as for the second question. the different jars may have different changes in the future course of time. and if i have one single jar testing process will become complicated.
instead of using a java application i am thinking of using shell script.
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com