This has nothing to do with Java, does it? You want to know whether Windows CMD.EXE has the facility to run hidden, and it looks like it doesn't. Java can't hide some other application's (i.e. CMD's) window.
Betty Rubble? Well, I would go with Betty... but I'd be thinking of Wilma.
Joined: Oct 10, 2007
I just want a solution If this can't be possible in Java its ok but there must be a way to hide the window . How I can hide the window ?
Thanks you guys a lot for all of yours helping hand .
Just to answer Ernest Friedman-Hill Why I need to hide the window ..Here is the story
I am writing an application for a client server model using RMI where there will be N no of client at a time can access the Server . I am dome with that but the problem is when each client calls the server a new java program is invoked and it opens up with a new window in the server side. Its very common that if there are 100 clients supported by the server no programmer allow 100 pop up window opens up in the server side .
So I want to start them such a way so that it can run in the back side .
Thanks every one for your support . Thanks a lot .