So I have two file disks (I think that's the right terminology):
I'm running a Windows 7 and it is installed on the C: drive. There is a jar file in D:\path\to\jar that I want to run. The problem, though, is that when I run the following command:
java -jar D:\path\to\jar\myJar.jar
I get an error from the program within myJAR.jar that some other jar file could not be found (let's call this jar file theirJar.jar). But in the MANIFEST file of myJar.jar, theirJar.jar is included in the class path.
So what do I hate to do to make it work?