[izpack-users] Problem executing JAR file from ProcessPanel on Linux

Daniel Silva ddso.01 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 14:13:26 CEST 2007

I had a similar problem using Windows Vista. But in my case, I believe is
the locale thing again.

Windows Vista folders appers to me in portuguese, but they are really in
english. This is why you can get Vista in any language, and later add
support for your native language. The folders will always be in english, but
the user will see them in their native language.

When you use java to access a folder, your application will "see" the folder
as it is: in english. So the user gets confuse. He sees portuguese folders,
but the application "sees" english folders.

On 8/3/07, yj <yj at m-itc.net> wrote:
> Hi,
>    I have successfully built an installer to deploy a web application
> and make necessary configurations to the application server.
> The installer is supposed to launch a swing application which we have
> developed which will configure data sources, create sub directories and
> create database and populate tables.
> While the installer works fine on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, it
> is not able to find the jar file to execute and gives the following
> message in the Process Panel.
> "Unable to access jarfile "/home/yj/AEWA/utils/DataSourceInstaller.jar"
> However, the file does exists in that directory and has all privileges
> required for execution. And besides, i am able to execute the file
> outside the installer.
> Can anyone suggest what is wrong with the current procedure or if there
> is any additional configurations that i need to do.
> Best Regards,
> --
> Jankee Yogesh
> Team Leader
> http://www.m-itc.net
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Daniel Silva
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