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    Unhappy How to Deploy Java Application?

    I'm trying to deploy a Java application. I made a lot of code changes to it and previous developers have worked on it all using JBuilder4 (old! I know). I've been testing it on my development machine with no problems. Does anyone know how in the world to save my changes and put it on another machine. It currently uses a .bat file that has environment variables setup in it to deploy. I know how to make it point to different directories, problem is when I try to move my code (bin, sources, etc folder) to another machine and run the app only some of my changes are there, but when I run the same program on my computer all of my changes the program works fine. I've tried creating another java project file (.jpx) and rebuild the project with no luck because it doesn't change this problem. I have a C/C# Visual Studio background. Is there any else I have to do like updating the .jar files or something? I'm lost. Please help.

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    Please see this link: Link

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    Just another cross poster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl.Burke View Post
    Just another cross poster.[/url]

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    Whats your problem with people posting the same question in different internet forums? Why put all of your eggs in one basket?

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    Default uh...

    Because it is extremely irritating and anoying to go to the trouble to answer somebody's post, only to find out that the OP's question was already answered before in another forum. If it is considered that the question should be posted on multiple fora, then the OP should indicate this and put a link to the other forums that the question was posted.

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    I see... thanks for clearing that up.

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    Sure... no problem.

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