SCJA, SCJP (1.4 | 5.0 | 6), SCJD OCAJP 7 Helen Ma Ranch Hand Posts: 451 posted 4 years ago I don't have the book on hand now. posted 5 years ago Campbell Ritchie wrote:You're welcome The 1.6.0_18 update is getting on for a year old; update no 25 came out a few weeks ago. July 11, 2015 at 4:47 AM Anonymous said... Inside it, the Manifest.mf file is the standard one , not the one I created. http://silkiconfinder.com/to-load/failed-to-load-main-class-manifest-attribute-from-using-eclipse.html
If that's objectionable for some reason...why? and I tried looking around to try to find a jar.exe file or something that I could point to and call the command that way and it doesnt exist anywhere on posted 5 years ago Rob... Always think about this when just copying something from the book. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16982838/failed-to-load-manifest-attribute-eclipse
I suggest something wrong with the jar. Post Reply Bookmark Topic Watch Topic New Topic Boost this thread! In a separate jar file you imported in eclipse? –daveb Apr 5 '12 at 18:11 Because you need to include the Slick2D and LWJGL jars on your classpath. It will configure your Manifest for you just fine.
I have only been at this job at all for a little over a year and most of that time we didn't have any work for me to do and I I have a feeling that jar fails to add this Main-Class to the manifest file. what to do? –HappyDev Jun 7 '13 at 12:14 Like Jens Birger Hahn already said (third step). How To Solve Failed To Load Main-class Manifest Attribute From What reasons are there to stop the SQL Server?
Page generated in 0.02217 seconds .:: Contact :: Home ::. Why one shouldn't play the 6th string of an A chord on guitar? copy file.java to c:\file, copy ojdbc6.jar to c:\file, copy file.class to c:\file\com\tasks 2. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10033382/eclipse-jar-export-not-working Running it does not work (jre command is not found): jre -cp app.jar MainClass This does not work either: java -jar main.jar (Failed to load Main-Class manifest attribute from main.jar).
help would be greatly appreciated James Sabre Ranch Hand Posts: 781 I like... Create Manifest File For Jar I didn't do that in JDeveloper James I got my cmd working and started working in cmd to create the jar file. SCJP 1.4 - SCJP 6 - SCWCD 5 - OCEEJBD 6 - OCEJPAD 6 How To Ask Questions How To Answer Questions Jo Young Ranch Hand Posts: 34 I like... I checked all the spelling and the spellings are correct.
James Sabre Ranch Hand Posts: 781 I like... http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2013/01/how-to-fix-failed-to-load-main-class-manifest-attribute-jar-java-eclipse.html To run your program, use this command: Code: java YourClass (Use the name of your main class instead of YourClass.) Adv Reply July 31st, 2010 #3 FreshP View Profile View Failed To Load Main-class Manifest Attribute From Jar File In Linux posted 5 years ago James Sabre wrote: Jo Young wrote: and I tried looking around to try to find a jar.exe file or something that I could point to and call Failed To Load Main-class Manifest Attribute From Maven JDeveloper certainly does.
Jo Young Ranch Hand Posts: 34 I like... this content When you run this JAR using java command you will get Failed to load Main-Class manifest attribute from jar because our Manifest file doesn't contain "Main-Class" entry: [email protected]:~/java java -jar test.jar posted 5 years ago ooooo I got it!!! Why are Zygote and Whatsapp asking for root? Failed To Load Main Class Manifest Attribute From Minecraft Jar
How can "USB stick" online identification possibly work? You should find a link to the installation instructions in that "common problems" page I told you about earlier. if it is really that simple I think I might cry lol Jo Young Ranch Hand Posts: 34 I like... weblink I ran it and got a new error that says basically the exact same thing...
I open it and see Manifest.mf is there. Add Manifest To Jar Make sure that when you go to Project Configuration you set the main class you intend for running. posted 5 years ago Campbell Ritchie wrote:If your most recent JDK is 1.6.0_18, you might do well to download and reinstall it.
wow then either my office is way behind on Oracle updates (which is certainly possible I guess) or Oracle is way behind on their use of JDK (which also could probably hmm... Retired horse trader. Note: double-underline links may be advertisements automatically added by this site and are probably not endorsed by me. No Main Manifest Attribute Maven yes I am aware of that and I caught that and fixed that in my current manifest file...
you sound like my supervisor lol but no seriously I agree the only reason why I was trying to use JDeveloper to make the jar earlier was because I had already What is NavigableMap in Java 6 - Creating subMap f... Report message to a moderator Re: No suitable driver found for 'ojdbc6.jar' [message #1016821 is a reply to message #1016601] Thu, 07 March 2013 19:46 Richard FrancisMessages: 4Registered: check over here posted 4 years ago I followed exactly the same steps as described in Andrew's book and it worked for me.
Parking lot supervisor Sunlight and Vampires Generalization of winding number to higher dimensions From zero to parabola in 2 symbols Why didn't Dumbledore appoint the real Mad Eye Moody to teach Or it's merely an ordinary mistake? posted 5 years ago James Sabre wrote: You don't need to create an explicit manifest. And after Main-Class:, I need to put exactly one space, no more or no less, before sampleproject.
posted 5 years ago James Sabre wrote:Phew - that is very hard to read. In next section we will see step by step example of how to reproduce this error and than how to fix Failed to load Main-Class manifest attribute from jar. ThreadLocal Memory Leak in Java web application - ... hmm...
Do a Build or Clean Build Place the jar file where you wish and try: java -jar "YourProject.jar" again at the command line. Jo Young Ranch Hand Posts: 34 I like... now what? jar -cvf file.jar com* 4.
Do you get this error, even when you create JAR from Eclipse itself? Anyway, whenever I export a JAR from eclipse and run it with 'java blahblahblah.jar' I get the following error: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: /Users/andy/Desktop/game/jar Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: .Users.andy.Desktop.game.jar Everything is I include sampleproject.gui.ApplicationRunner. AH HA!!!
Program will exit" Campbell... If you haven't got the "not recognized" error sorted out yet, there is a description of it in the Java™ Tutorials. why does it have manifest.mf instead of the manifest that I wrote myTimer.mf? You have to make sure that you create an executable jar and not just a jar.
Try to really compare the same configuration and also check if anything could be loaded "accidentally" because, e.g., "." is on the classpath.
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