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I want to make an executable jar file which can access jar/properties files packed inside it. but, it doesn't recognize the internal jar/properties files. It works fine if internal jar/properties files are also available outside main jar file. The problem is I want someone else also to be able to run main jar file without having the need to have internal jar/properties files on his system. here is what my manifest looks like : Manifest-Version: 1.0 Class-Path: classes12.jar log4j-1.2.8.jar servlet.jar db.properties Created-By: 1.4.0_03 (Sun Microsystems Inc.) Main-Class: com.once.client.rnt.obtm0003.PostClient I runs fine if I say java -jar rnt.jar but only if jar files are available outside rnt.jar as well. Any ideas??
This is how the -jar switch is designed to work. The ClassLoader does not recognize nested JARs. Unless you design your own / find one already designed ClassLoader to load the nested JARs, you will have to have the other JARs loacated outside the main JAR file.
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