On 11/14/2016 10:49 AM, Kelly Beard wrote:
I'm developing this application in Eclipse where the build is done
and my final jar is built. I then use the Eclipse Export and create
a runnable jar and then copy over to a IFS folder and give it a spin.

Rather than creating a runnable jar, try just creating a normal jar and copy the resulting JAR file over along with all the dependencies.

I'm guessing that part of the startup slowness is because Java has to extract all the included jar file's.

The Java command you issue will have to include a -classpath parameter and a main class to run.


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