Hatzenbeler, Tim wrote:
> I have a program I wrote, that requires the jt400.jar file, so I created a
> jar file, with my program, and included the jt400.jar file..

No, JAR files contain classes & other file resources that your
application requires.  It cannot contain another JAR file.

What you CAN do, however, is unjar the contents of JT400.jar, add your
classes in the appropriate package directories, and then repackage all
the classes into another jar file for your application.

The new jar will contain all the individual classes & resources from
JT400, plus the classes & resources from your application, so it will
have everything it needs.

david

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