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How to make it ? So every java app needs to be have installed java. Currently i use this method: make first bath program which starts the java app. Is there any other methods? Should i pack the classes also in jar?
Originally posted by mandlar suurla: Is there any other methods?
Yes it is possible to have a stand alone application in a jar. You must ensure you provide the correct manifest file. This jar is self executing (launches the application on "double click" just like an exe)
So every java app needs to be have installed java.
Yes, java code needs jdk (Java development Toolkit) to run.
Currently i use this method: make first bath program which starts the java app.
Is there any other methods? Should i pack the classes also in jar?
don't know which method you talking about, for the jar question it depends on your application.. like if your creating a simple Swing application so you can make an executable jar to run this application.