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Opening .jar from .bat shortcut...

 
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Hey,
I made a program in NetBeans and everything is working OK.
I created a .bat file, which opens the .jar program correctly, but also opens a "cmd window" next to .jar program.

This is in the .bat file:
"folder\program.jar"

This does the same thing:
java -jar "folder\program.jar"

Now I am wondering how one could open this .jar program itself without cmd window next to it, using a .bat file or some other shortcut? Are there any flags like -nocmd..

Thanks
 
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I think the "javaw" command should work here...

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javaw is not wroking, unless i'm doing something wrong..

Here is the screenshot to make thing clearer

 
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The terminal you see is the one that the Batch file is executing in. In order to get rid of it you need to tell Windows to start the application in a 'new' window/terminal. You do this with the START command:
 
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Thank you very much for helping me out, it works perfectly!

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