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Loading a HTMl file on runtime

 
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Mates,

I was trying to load a html page via my java code. It is a eclipse project. When i run from IDE it works fine.
But when i export it as a jar it doesnt work. Please tell how this can be resolved

I tried to open the html page using this.
java.awt.Desktop.getDesktop().browse(new URI("images/NetWorking.html"));

The needed files are placed under this D:\WORKSPACE\myIPFinder\images


Regards
Abhi
 
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The default directory is sure to be different when running a standalone app compared to running it inside of an IDE, so use an absolute path instead of a relative path.
 
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