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Autostart jar and database

Autostart jar and database

(OP)
I finished preparing a database application in Netbeans and now I want to create the autostart jar.
I used the indications in http://www.homeandlearn.co.uk/java/java_and_databases.html
I'm having problems because if I run it in another computer, it doesnt find the database. What can I do to have my application complete and independently running on another computer?

RE: Autostart jar and database

Can you access the database from the second computer?

Cheers,
Dian

RE: Autostart jar and database

(OP)
No, I can't see it and I think this is the problem. All the rest of the application works normally (forms, etc.), but the db seems to be missing. I think it is not even included in the /dist folder.
I created the db and the table using the JavaDB virtual server of NetBeans, as showed in the above link. The problem is that I don't have any idea where is the db file stored in my system.

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