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Author Topic: where is located jppf-client.jar?  (Read 5068 times)

alemuc

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where is located jppf-client.jar?
« on: August 01, 2006, 05:48:00 PM »

Hi,

I was testing JPPF and I ran into a trouble... Maybe it's just couse today I'm tired  :?  but, looking for jppf-client.jar, I couldnt find it anywhere. Could you tell me where this jar is located?

Thanx for your help.

Alex
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stimp

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where is located jppf-client.jar?
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2006, 12:40:43 PM »

Hi Alex,

Open a console in [JPPF_HOME]\client\classes\
and type:
jar -cf jppf-client.jar org LICENSE.txt

I hope you can understand my English.
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lolo

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where is located jppf-client.jar?
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2006, 05:37:37 PM »

Hi Alex, Stimp,

If you have downloaded and extracted the source zip (jppf-full-src-xyz.zip), you can build the jar files by doing as follows:

- go to the "<jppf-xyz>/JPPF/bin" folder and open a console
- type: ant jar
This will build the jars for all the JPPF modules, including jppf-client.jar. The generated jars will be in the "<jppf-xyz>/JPPF/build" folder.

-Laurent
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alemuc

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where is located jppf-client.jar?
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2006, 09:32:37 PM »

Thanx People,

I did it right this morning. It was just matter of Ant, and of course my foult. I'm not so used to Ant. it was a good chance to get started with that.

I created today a very small network at home. the configuration is:

1) P4 1600 Mhz / 512MB winXP as a node as window's service and as client;
2) P3 400Mhz/256MB winXP Pro as a node as window's service;
3) AMD Sempron 1600 Mhz/Linux Slackware as a node and as driver/server;

I wrote my first application with the framework and I ran it. It was fine. I just notice that sometimes the nodes working as windows service dont work even if they result connected (in accord with netstat) and with Jppf statistic. I need to restart the services. after that they come back working.
maybe there's something I forgot to configure?

I find Jppf very usefull for my application (genetic algorithms) and I hope this project could evolv to a network for sharing computing resource. if it was with a credit exchange system, would be great!

Thanx to the Jppf's developer

Alex
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