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Deploying Projects and making programs accessible?

Deploying Projects and making programs accessible?

Deploying Projects and making programs accessible?

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If i run the program through JDeveloper 3.2 it works fine
here is my problem:
Or is there any other way I can make this program accesible
I am having great trouble trying to make this program run by a double click from windows
when I do double click on it nothing happens but when i go to the processes for windows I can see that javaw is running and is like 8000K big but nothing pops up on the screen
any ideas?

My Manifest looks like the follows.. which was created by JDeveloper

Manifest-Version: 1.0
Main-Class: RemoveAddress
Created-By: Oracle JDeveloper 3.2

Name: TxtFilter.class
Java-Bean: True

Name: ConsoleWindow.class
Java-Bean: True

Name: RemoveAddress.class
Java-Bean: True

Name: ConsoleWindow$1.class

Name: RemoveAddress$2.class

Name: RemoveAddress$4.class

Name: connections.properties

Name: RemoveAddress$1.class

Name: RemoveAddress$3.class

Name: Storage.class
Java-Bean: True

Name: RemoveUtility.class


This is a GUI Application and the classes I am using are:
RemoveUtility
RemoveAddress (Main Class)
TxtFilter
ConsoleWindow
Storage

These classes have these imports in them:
import javax.swing.filechooser.FileFilter;
import java.io.*;
import java.util.*;
import javax.swing.*;
import oracle.jdeveloper.layout.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import java.awt.*;

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