Hello all !! I have written an application that is contained in a jar. The application needs to access a properties file in the jar, modify the file, and then save it back to the jar. The problem that I am getting is that each time a save the file to the jar, it creates a brand new jar with the same name as the one I had, and therefore I loose all my .class files and manifest. So the question is can you add new files (or modified ones) to an existing jar, using the java.util.jar package? If not, is there any other package that would allow me to do so? Help would be much appreciated. Thanks... Ayad Hindi
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