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jar.exe and jli.dll

 
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Hi All,

I need to use jar.exe where java is not installed. A user downloaded a application, that application need to jar some files and process them (So there is no guarantee that user has installed java). I want to add the jar.exe and jli.dll in my installer itself. But i am unable to find jli.dll any where. Also what configurtion i need to do so that the user side my program run without any issues.
 
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jar.exe is just a wrapper around the Java classes that make up jar. Without a functioning Java installation you can't use it.

But jar files are basically just ZIP files. You could try using any of the available ZIP tools to work on them.
 
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