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Marcelino Parado

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Recent posts by Marcelino Parado

Hi Jim,

Do you really need to include the "curve" string in the parameter? It seems like the one causing the error as all the values should be valid integers as expected in the nextInt() method of the Scanner class.

2 weeks ago
Hi,

First of all, I'm not sure which forum should this go, but here I am trying it here.

I've encountered this Inno Setup as I need to deploy my self-contained java application as .exe. I've got it running as .exe as executable but not really being installed on the users' PC. And I'm  trying to make it as something that you install to your pc like other applications. Was amazed and was able to do this with the help of Inno Setup.

Now, I'm seeking some opinions or insights or advice about Inno Setup for those who have used it or maybe some other better alternatives?

(Here's my original post in case you're interested with the whole story: Running A Stand-alone Application )

Thank you.

-Marci

2 weeks ago
Got want I wanted for now using Inno Setup:
http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php

Thanks!
2 weeks ago
Hi Amy and Mark!

Very interesting book!

See you around.
Hi,

I have found something useful for me and was now able to package my self-contained java application as .exe.

These are the sites that helped me gain better understanding of what I'm trying to do:

https://openjdk.java.net/jeps/343

http://tutorials.jenkov.com/java/modules.html

https://medium.com/@adam_carroll/java-packager-with-jdk11-31b3d620f4a8

I'm still working on with the part where I can make an installer for my application.

Hope this helps someone.

Thanks!

-Marci
2 weeks ago
It's time to react to that!  (Well, respond actually)

Thanks Jeanne!  
3 weeks ago
Yes, that would be better. Thanks for pointing that out.

Thanks Knute!
3 weeks ago
Hi Nick,

Have you put import java.util.*; above your code before your class declaration?
3 weeks ago
Looks like a bug to me. xD

When ETA is NOT equal to originally set ETA instead of when ETA is later than originally set ETA.
3 weeks ago
Hi Pete,

Please check how you're invoking your methods based on how you have defined them in your class (Client).

3 weeks ago
Hi Stephan,

A technical employee that is allowed to run executable files but not batch files? What's preventing them from writing their own executable files?



Sorry, I think I didn't speak about this clearly. I meant typical users might not be allowed to run .bat file (which I have confirmed with our client that they are really not allowed to). And probably only technical users are allowed, which can also mean they can also write their own executable files.

Yes, something about wrapper application is one thing I'm seeing about packaging our application and probably it would be distributed as .exe. Well, I still need to learn more about this.

I also agree with the .bat file being a lot easier and hassle free and if I can have it my way, I simply just want the users to use the .bat file.

Will keep looking and give an update to this.

Thank you.

-Marci
3 weeks ago
Hi Stephan,

I think it somehow matters when it comes to security issue or securing a bat file. Like there might be companies or users that didn't want / not allowed to run bat files on their computers (might have exceptions with their technical employees). Thinking about something like this, that's why I'm looking, maybe there's something aside from running the application through bat files.

Thank you very much.

-Marci
3 weeks ago
Hi Ranchers,

I'm now trying to learn more about Java Modules.

I have learned that we can(and should) have our own copy of the JRE library (or at least those modules that we need in our application) for it to run on a PC which no longer have a JRE installed (as there will be no more JRE installers since Java 11).

I have used JLink for this and I was able to run my application (using cmd / bat file) on my PC where there's no JRE and no JDK on the PATH environment variable ! (yey!)

I've been searching but the tutorials I've seen so far didn't talk about this and just simply runs the "stand-alone" application either thru command prompt or a bat file which I think is not appealing to an actual user. My initial idea was to use an executable JAR but this is not possible as JAR would not be recognized due to no existing JRE is installed (or maybe I'm missing something here).

And now I'm wondering, how should I distribute/deploy my application now to other PCs for their use?

-Marci
4 weeks ago
Thanks Stephan and Tony.

Yes, that's what bothered me too. Java having issues between 32-bit and 64-bit.

Yes, should really not be developing applets anymore moving forward.

Thanks.
2 years ago

So is your browser configured to use the x64 JRE?



Hmm, I tried to use the iexplore.exe from these two directories:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer

Or are there any configurations that I need to make?

Thanks Stephen.
2 years ago