2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 24, 2010 5:31 AM by 791266 RSS

    I Can't Create my jar File

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      I have a package called voiceexpert which contains three classes: Disease, DiagnosingEngine and Symptoms which is a JavaBean. Symptoms makes use of Disease and DiagnosingEngine objects.

      voiceexpert is stored in the directory: c:\diagapp3

      I compiled Symptoms.java as below:
      c:\diagapp3> javac -d . Symptoms.java

      The class files for Disease.java, DiagnosingEngine.java and Symptoms.java are placed in the directory: voiceexpert.

      I created a Manifest.txt file inside c:\diagapp3 containing the following:

      Main-Class:voiceexpert.voiceexpert.Symptoms

      Name:voiceexpert/Symptoms.class

      Java-Bean:True

      I later created the jar file with the command:

      jar cfm jjj.jar Manifest.txt voiceexpert\*.*

      But, I am having the error message: "*invalid header field*".

      What can I do to remove this error?

      Note: I created the Manifest.txt using utf-8 encoding. My code is to be used in a third-party application and that is why it does not contain a main method.

      The link I was referred to could not help me. I need help please!

      Edited by: Adeyi on Feb 24, 2010 2:26 AM

      Edited by: Adeyi on Feb 24, 2010 2:34 AM