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Manifest Files and Java Beans  RSS feed

 
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I developed a small java bean program.I created a manifest file also.The name of the Java Bean program is LoginBean.class.The contents of the manifest file is as follows
Name: LoginBean.class
Java-Bean: True
I also created a jar file LoginBean.jar using the the following command
jar cfm LoginBean.jar LoginBean.mft LoginBean.class
It created the LoginBean.jar smoothly.
My problem is,when I load this Jar file form the BDK1.1 environment(Using run utility) it throw an exception that "There is no bean in your jar file"
"Correct the manifest file".
I am working in a "NT workstation" environment
Anybody please help me
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The following page discusses the topic of
JavaBeans Manifest File in Detail.

JavaBeans Manifest File
 
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Thomas Hauck wrote:

Thomas Hauck wrote:The following page discusses the topic of
JavaBeans Manifest File in Detail.


The link to the JavaBeans Manifest File has been updated to

https://www.j2eeonline.com/java-beans/module3/javabeans-manifest-file.jsp

 
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