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Good morning,
 I am new and try to learn Java Swing, and May I ask you and other experts a question regarding Java Swing Jar file? I have a Java Swing MVC program in Eclipse and it runs OK , connecting to mysql and display user information. Now I 'd would like to have the Java Swing program running on my desktop and on my teacher desktop so he could check the functionality of my program. My question is how can I do it? I read from Google and it said that I can export my Java Swing Project to the Java runnable JAR file. I tried it but Eclipse gave me message saying "This runnable JAR File Export repack reference library . Please review the license associates with libraries you wish to reference and make sure you are able to repack them using this application. Note also that this operation does not copy signature files from the original libraries to the generated JAR FILE"
I don't understand why it is saying that this operation does not copy signature files from the original libraries to the generated JAR FILE so I would like to seek helps from you and your expertise.
Please help me so I can run this app on my desktop as a runnable Jar file.

Many Thanks!!!
 
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