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Stanley Mungai
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Hi guys I have created A Pdf Converter and Compiled it to jar File. It is working fine from My location. I gave it to someone else but it is not working from his machine. What could be the Problem. Is it the Java version he's running or is it his Os. Am running Windows XP and he's running Windows server 2003.
 
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It's impossible to say, since you didn't TellTheDetails,(⇐click) such as what kind of app it is (stanalone? webapp? applet?), how he tried to run it, what results he got, and so on...
 
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Jeff it is a Standalone application, Not a web app or an Applet.
 
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There's probably an exception happening; teach your user how to access the Java Console and post it here.
 
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No Jeff The Program is not running at all, it is just flashing once and then it disappears. No Error Reports
 
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Stanley Mungai wrote:No Jeff The Program is not running at all, it is just flashing once and then it disappears. No Error Reports


As Jeff mentioned, you really should provide us the details..... assuming that it is a windows system, and you packaged it in a jar, or started via a batch file, I would guess the flash is the command window coming up, reported the error message, and immediately disappearing (the error is being reported, just too fast for you to see).

Have your user start it from the command line -- so that you can see the error.

And of course, if my assumptions are not correct, then never mind -- and you need to provide the correct details.

Henry
 
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Stanley Mungai wrote:No Jeff The Program is not running at all, it is just flashing once and then it disappears. No Error Reports


Sorry, but that's still nowhere near enough information. I don't know your code, or how he's trying to run the app, or anything.
 
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