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Programatically Running a script file in DOS via Java Application

Tumaini Kilimba
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Joined: Nov 15, 2006
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Dear all,
am playing around with Spring Roo, specifically running java apps from their roo scripts. Normally this is done by going onto the command shell, navigating to the directory where the *.roo file is, and running the command . This is all done manually. However now I want to run the roo script but from another java application. How can I I get the java application to run the roo script command automatically?
 
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