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Hi All I was trying to make a small application and give to my users as a executable jar file. My application is a single screen developed in swing with the processing logic in a POJO. The main method is the same class as that making the swing screen. When I package the application,though it starts on double click and the swing screen comes up, nothing happens on call of the pojo.I've checked this by putting popups before and after the new call on my pojo, the first one comes up,when the one after the new call doesn;t. However, teh same executes well through Eclipse on any system. In my system,the jar file also works. I tried mentioning the jars used by my POJO in the manisfest classpath varible also. When i explode the jar created, it does contain all the necessary jar files in its lib folder. I'm a bit stuck and some fresh idea will be most welcome. That the JAR works on my system and doesn't on others is troubling me. Also, how come Eclipse is able to run the code?
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Hi Thanks for the input. I checked it out that way, and found that it is unable to find a jar file referred from the POJO. I tried to put the required jars through the manifest file Classpath variable Class-Path: jxl.jar log4j-1.2.9.jar and also Class-Path: lib/jxl.jar lib/log4j-1.2.9.jar Both the jars are there when i explode the jar i created (in the lob folder). Whats going wrong? why is the application unable to find the jars?