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Thread: no main manifest attribute, in Exampletut.jar

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    Exclamation no main manifest attribute, in Exampletut.jar

    Main-Class: ExampleClass

    Im adding it while making the jar file but this is the error im getting?


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    Default Re: no main manifest attribute, in Exampletut.jar

    Use a zip utility to look in the jar file and make sure the manifest file is there and that it has the correct contents.
    What is the commandline with options that you are using to create the jar file?

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    Default Re: no main manifest attribute, in Exampletut.jar

    jar cfmv exampletut.jar mainClass.txt ExampleClass.class ExampleClass2.class

    I looked at the manifest and it has no
    Main-Class: ExampleClass

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    mainClass.txt =
    Main-Class: ExampleClass

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    Default Re: no main manifest attribute, in Exampletut.jar

    Is the mainClass.txt file in the jar? It shouldn't be.

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    Default Re: no main manifest attribute, in Exampletut.jar

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Use a zip utility to look in the jar file and make sure the manifest file is there and that it has the correct contents.
    What is the commandline with options that you are using to create the jar file?
    i forgot to hit enter after main-class: exampleclass.
    Thanks for trying!

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