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Calling Java Program form a batch file

 
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Hi

can anybody let me know how to call a java program from a batch file.
i have a folder structure like this
wsclient--->src--> TestClient -->TestClient.java

i have written this program and now i need to call this program when i click a batch file .bat
Can anybody give me a idea as how this is to be done.
any sample code to do this would be very helpful.
waiting for positive replies from your side

Thanks & Regards
Vikramk
 
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You'd run a Java program from a batch file in the same way you'd run it from the command line. Be sure to get the classpath right.
 
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