Rob Spoor wrote:Also, try to run your JAR file from the command line first, using "java -jar <jarfile>". When you double click a JAR file it's using the javaw tool which unfortunately shows the same error message (class not found or something like that) for any exception or error that is thrown from the main method. By using the command line you can see those exceptions / errors.
prem pillai wrote:2) set path=
5) set path=%java_home%\bin
You loose all system tools from C:\Windows\system32 as well.
Scott A Burch wrote:What app can I use to check it? I use gedit on linux; is there an equivalent on Windows?
I tried to launch the app using "java -jar DTVControl.jar" and got the same reply " java is not recognized as an internal or external command ..."