Stating a jar file

B

bruce

I am currently starting my jar files using a .bat file with the single
line:
javaw -jar myfile.jar

Is there a more "modern" way to do this?

Thanks...

Bruce
 
K

Knute Johnson

I am currently starting my jar files using a .bat file with the single
line:
javaw -jar myfile.jar

Is there a more "modern" way to do this?

Thanks...

Bruce

Windows and Linux both allow you to click on a file icon of a .jar and
run it. What are you really trying to do?
 
M

Mike Schilling

bruce said:
I am currently starting my jar files using a .bat file with the single
line:
javaw -jar myfile.jar

Is there a more "modern" way to do this?

If you write a service that interfaces with Twitter you can start them from
your cell phone.
 
B

bruce

Windows and Linux both allow you to click on a file icon of a .jar and
run it.  What are you really trying to do?

Thanks..

I created a shortcut on my desktop.. Double clicking works as
expected..

Bruce
 
B

bruce

If you write a service that interfaces with Twitter you can start them from
your cell phone.

I wasn't expecting anything "THAT" modern!!

Thanks for the response.

Bruce
 

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