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    Default Getting a Tested App to Run, using Clean and Build, etc.


    I have run and tested a small application, then I perform a clean and build. The dist folder is present with the jar file, and other files. When I open a command prompt window, enter the path to the dist folder and type

    java -jar MyApp.jar hello out there

    I get a error message that java is not recognized

    I must be doing something wrong somewhere.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction.


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    Did you set the class path?

    NetBeans sets its own setting to run the applications. But it's not reflect to the system. So if you want to run your application on command prompt then you've set the classpath. This is nothing to do with clean build in NetBeans.

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