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    leonard is offline Member
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    Default how to load a java class in startup

    how can I load a java class in startup? I use windows xp pro.
    Can you explain me or give me some links?
    thanks

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    Use platform's startup mechanism.

    for example my platform is Linux. I'd write an entry in my rc.locale file or .Xclients file, which is one of startup scripts.

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