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I can not start a .jar-file by double-clicking, only from command-line in Windows
I have a Java application in a .jar-file. I can start it by typing java -jar myapp.jar and the application starts, but if I double-click on the .jar-file, nothing happens. What can be wrong? How can I ...
May 28 '10 at 8:06
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