Technical Support

Usage

Jar2Exe can run in Wizard mode and Command line mode.

Get detailed usage of Wizard mode, command line mode and generated binary files.

Configurations

Parameters can be configured to generated binary executive, such as Java VM parameters, system properties etc.

This is the descriptions of configurations, including overview introductions and detailed syntax.

Integrate API

To integrate with generated exe is not necessary. But if you want to let some of the enhanced functions to work, you need to do a little of integration. Every api to integrate is very simple.

This is the introduction and usages of API.

Demos

You can learn to use Jar2Exe by referring to the demo programs.

Solution advices

Typical usage of Jar2Exe with detailed steps and live demos in practice.

Such as console tool, desktop window, background service, webapp etc.

 

Services

Activate

After purchased, you need to activate Jar2Exe before you use Jar2Exe to generate exe files for redistributing. Activated Jar2Exe will authorize generated exe to run as a product.

This is to tell you how to activate.

FAQ

Typical questions asked by Jar2Exe users.

 

Comments

64-bit service EXE not working

Bought JAR2EXE recently and I cannot get it to work...

I am trying make a 64-bit service application.
I thought that Jar2EXE would find JRE automatically but the EXE file built always fails with either Java Runtime Environment not valid or Java Runtime Environment not valid.

However, java binary is found just fine:

c:\Users\Bruger\Desktop>java -version
java version "1.8.0_181"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_181-b13)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 25.181-b13, mixed mode, sharing)

Since I am planning on searching for (and installing the JRE itself if missing) in my application's setup, please show me a configuration that can either always find the installed JRE or alternatively, please tell me exactly which files from the JRE directories that need to be placed relative to the service binary's directory in order for the JRE to be found ??
 

Thank you in advance

 

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