Sunday, March 30, 2003 09:09 AM
I've made a native executable file with JBuilder 8, and when I tried to execute it on a machine that does not have any JVM installed on it, the program showed a message telling that it needed a Runtime environment to execute.
My question is: is there any way to build an executable that incorporates its own runtime environment, so that I won't need to install any JRE before executing my program on any Windows machine? If so, how can I build it from JBuilder? Else, is there any other Java environment that allows me to build native Windows executable files that do not need any external Runtime?
Thank you very much.