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sadeer dheyaa abdulameer
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hi
hi hi i have a project which consist of three files its already deployed on windows 7 i tried to deploy it on windows xp i do not know how to do the deployment exactly i already changed the enviromnet variable and i have included "path" variable which contain the path of jdk\bin and "JAVA_HOME" which is path of jdk , i know there is something called "CLASSPATH" and i read about it but i did not get what i should write about the classpath i mean what it should contain ?? my project made of three files and each file contains sub files so what i should do to deploy is on another system!!! so any suggestion ???
 
Winston Gutkowski
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sadeer dheyaa abdulameer wrote:so any suggestion ???

Yes: KeepItDown (←click).

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sadeer dheyaa abdulameer
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I am just a new in this Group ..
thanking you .
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

My, that question is difficult to understand! you should not usually set a system classpath at all. If you need a classpath, that would be specified for the project, for example in the manifest file for the .jar. I do not know how much you already know about deployment.
 
sadeer dheyaa abdulameer
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actually no i do not know much about it . but sure i will see how deployment is happening .

thanking you
 
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You're welcome Please read the link in my earlier post; that should be helpful.
 
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