837404 wrote:Have you tried voodoo? How else do you expect J3D to work if it is not installed?
..I developed a Java3D application and now I want to export an executable jar-file which runs platform-independent (also on machines where no java3d is installed).
Is there any possibility to do this? ..
..I already put the 3 jars (j3dcore, j3dutils and vecmath) into my jar file. Do I have to do something with the j3dcore-ogl.dll?Yes. But someone at your level of experience is probably better off deploying your app. using Java Web Start and hooking into the J3D JNLP extension for the Java 3D functionality. The J3D JNLP is set-up to painlessly install J3D for the end user, and will also save the developer a lot of hassles.