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Solaris Problem

 
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I made an executable jar. Tested everything on NT and it ran fine, but tested it on Solaris and it complained about not finding the Main-Class in my manifest file. Well, it's in there and it seems to be fine on NT (regardless of which directory i put it in). Does anybody know what the problem might be? It bothers me because I suspect it will be tested on Solaris.
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Matt DeLacey
 
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WARNING!!!
I'm sure many of you already know this, but Solaris is case
sensitive. That was my problem. My file got copied over as MATT.JAR and I was typing java -jar matt.jar...on NT it works like a charm, but on Solaris it failed. Everyone should make sure that they give command line guidelines that are case sensitive or else they are likely to fail for the tester!!!
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matt
 
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