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JeremyE

Execute Java .jar?

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JeremyE

I'm sure this has been asked before, but I couldn't find anything under the search, so I'm posting it as a new topic. How do I use AutoIt to execute a .jar file? I have one that has a batch file, but you can't pin a batch file to the Windows start menu, so I have to either navigate the menus or else (as in this case) navigate to the actual folder where the program is installed in order to run it. It would be nice to use an AutoIt script that uses all the command-line parameters in order to not use the batch file anymore.

Thanks for everything, and definitely thanks for making AutoIt, I've found it very useful.

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Richard Robertson

java -jar myfile.jar

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ProgAndy

Then that's the command you have to use in Run.

An alternative would be to create a shortcut to java.exe with the parameters -jar myfile.jar ; Do not forget to set the correct working directory.


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