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jacob deiter
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I developed a java class which needs few soft wares to be installed(using .exe) on the machine ,Ex:Open office.But the problem I am facing here is,project management people will not allow to install such software,but they are OK to use open office but without installing open office(using .exe method) .

1)Is there any possibility to take run time environment of Open office and pack that environment into Jar and use it as supporting jar for my java class?.so if my java class run on other machine then I will send runtime-environment jar along with my java class.
 
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Does Open Office not supply Jars that you can already use? No fancy wrapping required...
 
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Please do not post the same question to multiple forums: CarefullyChooseOneForum

Let's continue the discussion in this duplicate thread.
 
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