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Hi,

I want to develop a java application
i want to make an installer (application required jre , MySQL)

how i make installer which check if jre or MySql not installed on system
then installer first install these softwares


thanks

 
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Why do you want to write your own installer instead of using an existing one? And if you decide not to use an existing one, what have you tried so far? Why did that fail? Please ShowSomeEffort.
 
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Personally I am very happy with install4j.
 
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Sorry ,
i recompile my question
i want to install my desktop java application to client system
application required jre and Some DBMS should be installed
on client side i want to check if said softwares not installed
then during installation of my application jre and DBMS also
installed

please recommend me what DBMS i used and which installer i used

(i want to hide installation wizard of DBMS from client)
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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