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Hi all,

I made a JFrame using NetBeans. I built the project and the jar file is been created. When I double click the jar icon, it does nothing. Nothing displays. (plz do note.. in my code setVisible(true)) Why is that. I m using MS windows xp.

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Finally I got it corrct. There was something wrong with the main class. When I set the main class as my Jframe class, it worked.
Thank god. Many thanks to all who tried out my problem.
 
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Check with your Manifest.mf too.
Edit it and add the dependant jar files path to the class-path.It should look like the following.

Manifest-Version: 1.0
Main-Class: com.src.main
Class-Path: log4j.jar ./conf/ .
 
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Check with your Manifest.mf too.
Edit it and add the dependant jar files path to the class-path.It should look like the following.

Manifest-Version: 1.0
Main-Class: com.src.main
Class-Path: log4j.jar ./conf/ .
 
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