Hey all, I have an application (5 files) which is in the following package, "apps.panoramer" main source file ( with the main function in it) "Panoram.java" Now this application uses the JAI API and I wanted to include the JAI jars so that the enduser will not have to have the JAI package installed to run the program. so this is what I made my directory structure look like..
this is what the manifest.tmp looks like "Main-Class: Panoram.java Class-Path: apps/JAI_jars/jai_core.jar apps/JAI_jars/jai_codec.jar " this is the command that I used to jar the application jar cvmf manifest.tmp stitcher.jar apps/panoramer/*.class apps/panoramer/images/* apps/pannoramer/JAI_jars/*.jar and all the files were added succesfully.
but when I run the app (java -jar stitcher.jar), it says that it can find a JAI function, even thought i have included the jar(jai_core.jar) in the jar file(stitcher.jar) and specified it in the class path. what gives? can someone please help me out. I have tried different variations but nothing seems to work? any help would be appreciated. thanks Danny Crasto
does not match the hierarchy you outlined in your posting. According to the jar command, your JAI jars are in folder apps/pannoramer/JAI_jars (is the double-n intentional?) and not in apps/JAI_jars as you indicated. Also watch your casing; you used lowercase in some places and uppercase in others. Are these merely errors in your posting? Also, you do not need to unpack a jar file to see if it was created correctly, you can use somthing along the lines of:
Thanks for the responses... I checked the hierachy(sp?) and it looks all fine... the cases and the spellings (double 'n') are typos... i have no idea why this doesn't work... any other ideas... thanks Danny