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starting server from jar

 
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hello guys,
when you cal either the client.jar or the server.jar, do we need to include the policy file and codebase options? I tried to cal with and without this option, and it works fine (localhost only). Can someone advise me which one is better?
Hope you can help. Thanks
luis

[This message has been edited by luis veron (edited April 04, 2001).]
 
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thanks for the help...Iatleast I fixed it..
 
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pls explain how exactly u did that. iam not able to run my server from jar file. it says NoClassDeffounfError: ServerClass.
iam using
java -jar server.jar.
The manifest file includes Main-class.
 
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