My startup jboss launch config mimics startup.bat but I don't launch the
bat directly. I looked at the bat file and mimicked its behavior in a
This way the launch configuration just launches a java type launch
rather than a .bat type launch.
This does add potential differences between the actual .bat and the
launch config clone of it, but it should solve your problem.
Just my 2 cents.
Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
> On 24-02-2009 10:06, feng.qian wrote:
>> Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
>>>> So I want to ask if we have a way to set a container or a jars
>>>> folder for these jars.
>>> What do you mean by a container or jars folder for these ? That
>>> wouldn't solve the problem would it ?
>> Yes, I want a container for these jars, but for this command
>> 'wsprovider.bat', I do not know how to add a
> What do you mean "container" ? Those jars are from a lot of different
> places so how can it be in a container/folder ?
It's true, these jars are from different places. So I do not know if
there is a way to define a folder to instead of them in the command.
wsprovider -c 'a.jar:b.jar:c.jar.............xxx.jar' -w -k
use a folder or something to instead of
> Which jars does the wsprovider.bat actually need ?
The wsprovider.bat need some jars. But we do not care them because the
wsprovider.bat run in it's environment and don't need we set
the classpath for itself. But when we run the command, maybe our java
class(a service class) need some jars, we need to set classpath
for our java class.
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