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Distributing/installing a java application

 
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Hello

I have build a Java (swing) application. With my ant file I have now a directory with the exe file of my application, the jar file of my application classes and some subdirectories with configuration files.

With this kind of structure everything works fine on my pc.

Now, I would like to find a clean and professional solution to distribute/install this application on several pcs without having to go install on each pc one by one. I would like to have something automatic which would install my package in several pcs of my choice.

Do you have any suggestion to do this kind of stuff?

Thanks
 
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Java Web Start might be worth checking out.
 
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