The link may be found in my comment below. =) stackoverflow.com/questions/8511063/… –BoyBlueSky Feb 12 at 18:46 add a comment| up vote 11 down vote If you try unpopular's answer: For Windows Can I disarm and immediately grapple with Tavern Brawler? Close all of the browser windows, then reopen any web pages that require Java. Why is the oil light on in my new Honda Pilot after 4000 miles? this contact form
The easiest way to do that is to open a Run prompt and enter the MSCONFIG command. share|improve this answer answered Nov 25 '14 at 20:34 Filippp 1 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote An easy way to execute .jar files is to create a batch Since javaw.exe is a window application, it is preferred for the execution of JAR files. Not the answer you're looking for?
In the file select window, go to the folder where the JRE is installed (should be C:/Program Files/Java/..., mark "Always open with", and select the javaw.exe file. Believe me, I tried and thought I was doing it right, when in fact, I should have just added more to the original path variable. Even though you created a jar file, it doesn't mean that it is an executable, so it won't run. share|improve this answer answered Jun 6 at 13:56 Rishav Sharan 468 add a comment| protected by Community♦ Apr 1 '13 at 16:44 Thank you for your interest in this question.
And please make sure 1) "c:\Program files\java\jre7\bin\javaw.exe" is the correct path, and 2) that path is also defined correctly under "HKLM, Software, Java" in your registry. –paulsm4 Dec 14 '11 at share|improve this answer answered Jul 29 '15 at 9:09 sam 1,293828 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I created a project, JAR_Runnr, for precisely this. =) http://projects.killerapplets.com/JAR_Runner/ share|improve this It locates the java installation, runs the appropriate executable (JavaW.exe), and directs it to the JAR file. 'Really simple coding but also really handy too. Unable To Access Jarfile See the following comment: stackoverflow.com/questions/8511063/… –BoyBlueSky Feb 12 at 19:27 add a comment| up vote 15 down vote For Windows 7: Start "Control Panel" Click "Default Programs" Click "Associate a file
This message is most commonly seen by Windows XP users. share|improve this answer answered Dec 14 '15 at 5:57 Berk Soysal 617 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I had this problem a while back and the solution was Unsold Atari videogames dumped in a desert? Any idea?
If so, you might have installed a jre instead of a jdk? [OCA 8 book] [OCP 8 book] [Blog] [JavaRanch FAQ] [How To Ask Questions The Smart Way] [Book Promos] Other No Main Manifest Attribute Your cache administrator is webmaster. Possible duplicate here –Sionnach733 Nov 13 '13 at 23:13 eep, I can't follow what they're doing :/ but thanks for responding! –nivk Nov 13 '13 at 23:20 3 did you used fatjar or other class archiver –java seeker Jan 26 '14 at 12:09 @JUBA works fine, thank you @DrewMacInnis doubleclick however still doesn't work, maybe the problem
Success! Also, can you run "java -version"? How To Run Jar Files On Windows 10 Create an account EXPLORE Community DashboardRandom ArticleAbout UsCategoriesRecent Changes HELP US Write an ArticleRequest a New ArticleAnswer a RequestMore Ideas... How To Run Jar File In Windows Command Prompt The permission prompts vary according to the browser. » Activate Java plug-in in the browser Check if the Java plug-in is enabled in the browser Browsers may disable the Java plug-in
Theorems demoted back to conjectures Bought agency bond (FANNIE MAE 0% 04/08/2027), now what? weblink ftype jarfile="C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\bin\javaw.exe" -jar "%1" %* I reinstalled the JDK 7 64-bit, no success. See the following comment: stackoverflow.com/questions/8511063/… –BoyBlueSky Feb 12 at 19:27 add a comment| Did you find this question interesting? It seems nothing happens after the double click. How To Run Jar File In Windows 7 From Command Line
There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors Nivesh Chandola Greenhorn Posts: 5 posted 3 years ago Yes "javac.exe" is there in Thank you. posted 3 years ago If you've install a JDK in your machine you'll need to update your Path environment variable so that you can call the javac and java command from http://mixtecadigital.com/to-run/unable-to-run-java-from-command-prompt.html If you want to run a .jar java file, then you have to install it and make it executable before you can proceed.
Manually running on the command line works.I guess the associated one doesn't put in the -jar ? –Nick.McDermaid Jan 13 at 4:37 Double-click functionality is possible through use of Jarfix Type the following command into terminal: $>/usr/lib/jvm/jre-1.6.0-sun/bin/java -jar %f Set the path according to where Java is located on your system. It turned out that I had two versions of Java installed (Java 6 and 7).
Get JDK here: java.sun.com –Pablo Santa Cruz Jun 13 '11 at 17:10 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote You need a JDK to compile classes rather than a JRE. I compiled just such an executable for use on my machine since Windows 10 seems to have neglected to associated JAR files as well. posted 3 years ago cmd commands for setting this variables set path=%path%;full location of your jdk bin folder set classpath=%classpath%;location of your project folder pain is temporary pride is forever Java Runtime Environment It locates the java installation, runs the appropriate executable (JavaW.exe), and directs it to the JAR file. 'Really simple coding but also really handy too.
share|improve this answer edited Jun 1 '14 at 21:49 Sk8erPeter 4,02443651 answered Dec 14 '11 at 20:23 paulsm4 59k67194 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Installing the newest JRE Remember to turn your firewall or antivirus software back on when you have successfully completed the Java install. You cannot make another variable as Windows will not recognize it as "Path" unless you want to dive deep in your system. his comment is here Uninstalling older versions of Java from your system ensures that Java applications will run with the most up-to-date security and performance improvements. » Remove old Java versions Find Java Options to
Nivesh Chandola Greenhorn Posts: 5 posted 3 years ago Thank you everyone, it was my mistake I created the CLASSPATH which of no use. asked 3 years ago viewed 172067 times active 8 months ago Blog Stack Overflow Gives Back 2016 Get the weekly newsletter! How just go to Run ->Clean and Build Project(your project name) Also make sure you project properties Build->Packing has a yourFile.jar and check Build JAR after Compiling check Copy Depentent Libraries