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jar and JVM variables when packing

 
Saeed Anwar
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Is there anyway to configure/pass JVM runtime variables to jar when packing a jar file?

I don't want user to type
java -Xmx512m -jar MyApplication.jar

instead, I want to pass on this info when packing jar file so that when user double clicks on MyApplication.jar JVM knows that it needs 512M of memory.

Thanks for your help.
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Don't know. Look at this and this, but neither seems to mention JVM arguments like Xmx and Xms.
 
BV Boose
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run it from a script?
 
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I don't want user to type ...


Generally, when you don't want a user to type, the best options are either a shellscript (unix) or batch file (windows).

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Saeed Anwar
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Thanks a lot everybody.
 
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