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Eclipse JAR Problem

Kevin Adu-Sarkodie
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Joined: Feb 28, 2011
Posts: 7
Hey Guys,

I got a problem with creating a Executable JAR in Eclipse.
My application uses images and when I try to run the JAR that Eclipse creates it doesn't find the image files.
I keep my images in a separate folder called images along with the src folder and others in the project.
It detects them fine when I run it in Eclipse.
The way I access the images in my Java code is like this:



I have also tried this way:



And neither way works.
I was hoping if anyone can help me, Thanks.
Maneesh Godbole
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Joined: Jul 26, 2007
Posts: 10451
    
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getClass().getResource() is the correct way to access jarred resources.
However you need to supply the name of the resource.
How do you expect blank quotes to work?


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