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    Default Deploying java applications.

    All a user needs to run a Java application is the JRE, correct? I used NetBeans to make it. I included the dist folder in a zip file. Is there anything else I have to include?

    Can someone please download my application and confirm that it's working on their system. Please let me know which operating system you're using too.
    Deposit FilesIt's a program that can repair interrupted downloads. Thanks again.

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    Sam Linux 2.6.26 kernel,java-sun-1.6.0.07 includes JRE,works excellent

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    Thank you for taking the time to test my application, Serjant.

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    Windows XP Pro SP2 with jre1.6.0_07 working for me. But only the GUI. I cannot do any processing there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Windows XP Pro SP2 with jre1.6.0_07 working for me. But only the GUI. I cannot do any processing there.
    Thank you. I'm not sure what you mean by you can't do any processing. You have to have an incomplete download file to actually do anything with the program. Here's the tutorial for it. Repair your broken file downloadsIt's basically a last resort program for when you download a file but it fails at some point in your download manger or browser. You'd need a incomplete file, a new download link, and a starting position. I hope that makes sense. Thanks again.

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    Ah, I got the point. How about the help dialog in your application. If some one looking at the first time can be confused, just like me, what can be done using this tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Ah, I got the point. How about the help dialog in your application. If some one looking at the first time can be confused, just like me, what can be done using this tool.
    Yes, I have thought of that. I just wanted to make sure it was working on other peoples' computers before I add some more things to it and update it. I think maybe a text help file will be the easiest solution. I'll probably add a url link to the tutorial page too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Live View Post
    I have thought of that. I just wanted to make sure it was working on other peoples' computers before I add some more things to it and update it.
    I think you are talking respect to the OS used, and the JRE version support. Actually that's the major two points you have to think about.

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Live View Post
    I think maybe a text help file will be the easiest solution. I'll probably add a url link to the tutorial page too.
    HTML page is much better. You can easily interrogated all the information you want to display.

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