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    Default make my own software?

    hello i done my java swing project and i deployed into jar file?
    now it is working well in my system where jdk1.6 installed.

    but i want to use the application on other system in which jdk and jre not installed?

    is there any way to use my jar file on all systems?

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    what should i do to run my application on where jdk and jre was not installed?

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    To run a Java application you must have install JRE. If you don't have install JRE, you have to implement a way to automatically install it first time run. You can bundle the latest JRE into your application.

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    Eranga is correct. The JRE is like an operating system for Java, it has to be there first. We just bundle a copy of the JRE install program, as downloaded from Sun, with our software. The installer is a simple batch file, and it asks if Java should be installed. If the user says yes, then the batch file just runs the installer.

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    It would be nice if their was a JRE implemetation at the kernal level by default. until that happens installing the JRE is the only way to convert java bite code to native machine language...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    I think on Windows Vista JRE bundled with the kernel. I'm not sure, but better to look at it.
    I know for sure the the home edition doesn't because JRE was one of the first things I had to install on it. Maybe in one of the more robust versions it is though...

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