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    Hello Rune-Server, I am trying to create a jar file to be able to open up my client using IntelliJ. The client will run within IntelliJ but it wont open on my Desktop. When you click the client it literally doesn't do anything.
    I'm new to this program so I haven't got everything figured out yet, if anyone could give me some pointers that would be great!



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    Open up the command line/terminal window (in windows: <windows key> + <r> and run 'cmd').
    Then run the jar with: 'java -jar <full file name including directory and .jar extension>'.

    This will run the jar in the command line and you'll be able to see any exceptions that pop up.
    That might give a clue about why it doesn't work.
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    This is what it's showing. Even though I have the most recent java update...

    "C:\Users\josht>java -jar C:\Users\josht\Desktop\RSPS\client\out\artifacts\K aos_jar\client.jar
    'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaos Rsps View Post
    This is what it's showing. Even though I have the most recent java update...

    "C:\Users\josht>java -jar C:\Users\josht\Desktop\RSPS\client\out\artifacts\K aos_jar\client.jar
    'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file."

    That means you need to set your enviroment variables for java.
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    What RainDropzZ said is true but not required. And not related to the problem.
    Either you add java to your system environment variables (in Windows 10 search for 'environment variables' it should suggest 'Edit the system environment variables'. Click that and then click on the 'Environment Variables...' button.
    The screen that opens up should be divided in 2 sections. The lower section (the one with 'System Variables') is the one you need.
    Click 'New...' and type 'JAVA' as 'Variable name' and the path to your java application in the 'Variable value' section.
    The path is the one where you placed your JRE (Java Runtime Environment) OR you JDK (Java Development Kit) is located.
    Mine is located at 'D:\Program Files\Java\jdk-11.0.2\bin'.

    After you've clicked on 'Ok' (and prehaps after a restart) the command should work.
    Alternatively you write the full path in front of the 'java' command instead.
    Don't forget to put it between quotes if you have spaces in your path name:

    "D:\Program Files\Java\jdk-11.0.2\bin\java" -jar C:\Users\josht\Desktop\RSPS\client\out\artifacts\K aos_jar\client.jar

    If that's successful you should see the output on the command line. And that will probably tell you what's wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaos Rsps View Post
    This is what it's showing. Even though I have the most recent java update...

    "C:\Users\josht>java -jar C:\Users\josht\Desktop\RSPS\client\out\artifacts\K aos_jar\client.jar
    'java' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file."
    try writting in the cmd "path [your java bath in C:\]" then do the jar command that TheChosenOne told you about.. might work
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