Rater than double clicking te batch file run it directly from a commas prompt to see the error. It may require elevated access. If so you should be able to right click te shortcut and run as administrator.
I tried to run the batchfile as adminitrator with the right click but same thing, cmd window appears for a fraction of a second, goes and nothing happens.
I also tried to drag the batchfile to a cmd window and hit enter, see post below.
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
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C:\Users\Markus>java -cp jpedal.jar;itext.jar;swing-layout-1.0.jar;vldocking_2.1
'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
Add the bin folder of the jdk into the path variable.
I am not sure I know what you mean.
I added the location of the java bin folder to the path variable as following these instructions Click Here, but same old, program not running.
This is the path I added: **;C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre\bin**
or do I have to add it to the batch file? If so, could you give me a sample, as I am not familiar with the slachs and dashs and semicolons.
The text of the batch file is: java -cp jpedal.jar;itext.jar;swing-layout-1.0.jar;vldocking_2.1.4.jar;forms.jar org.pdf.forms.gui.VLFrame