Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen wrote:
> You can put jt400.jar next to your own jarfile in the file system, and
> put a classpath reference in the JAR file manifest in your program. 
> Then double click will work.

That, however, requires that the jt400.jar file be shipping along with
the application jar ... and you can run into problems if the jt400.jar
gets replaced with a different version.

When it comes to jar files that your application depends on, far better
to include the version you are expecting.

david


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