Sorry for stating the obvious, but why cant you just add jt400.jar to your
classpath?

On 21/12/05, David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> 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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