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Old May 9th, 2006, 02:44 AM
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Default confused- what to use .bat or .jar file - plz he


 This is my first time on any forum. I got to know about this forum form my friend and she said this is good discussion forum to solve one's query.

(I) Actually I developed a application in java and used type4 driver to create connections. The driver is jtds-1.2-dist and every thing is working fine. The only thing I want to know that when I go to my client what should i keep with me ie .jar file or just .class files. Suggest me what will be better option. I also dont want to show my codes.

(II) When I created a batch file and showed the path of my mainfile and set classpath of type 4 driver it is not working the only thing happen by clicking the .bat file a command window appear then goes off, no file executes.
   what I did before this is here
  (a)I installed jre 1.5 on client system.)
  (b) my client system doesn't have any classpath variable define.
  (c)I created a run.bat file.
      run.bat file contains ---
      SET CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;.;D:\jtds-1.2-dist\jtds-1.2.jar;
      java D:\ICICI_09_05_06\mainProject

(III) Third and last thing i want to ask that Is there any way to create Database with the help of javacode.If yes plz tell me how could i do this.

thanx a lot for any answer

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1. A jar file is always preferred than the open structured directories with class files.
2. There must be some error when you executed the bat file. That is the reason why window disappeared. Can you open a command prompt and then browse to that directory and invoke the bat file? This will give the complete error message. Just post it here.
3. I do not have an idea about this. But a little more description of what you want to achieve might help.

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