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How to deploy cross-platform Java application with TurboActi

How to deploy cross-platform Java application with TurboActi

Postby JasonBourne » November 21st, 2011, 3:30 pm

Hello,

I am planning to use TurboActivate for my java application cross platform software. Does TurboActivate run across Windows, Mac, and Linux? This is a make or break specification for me because I would like to have hardware locking for across all three platforms.

Second, how do you bundle TurboActivate with your java application? What tool exists to build a complete setup.exe that will execute TurboActivate and install my java application across all three platforms?

Thanks again,

Jason.
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Re: How to deploy cross-platform Java application with Turbo

Postby Wyatt » November 22nd, 2011, 12:10 am

Hey Jason,

[quote:3mhw2tir]Does TurboActivate run across Windows, Mac, and Linux?[/quote:3mhw2tir]

Yes, TurboActivate runs on all three operating systems (Win, Mac, Linux) and on popular architectures (x86 / x64 / and PPC (on Mac) ).



[quote:3mhw2tir]Second, how do you bundle TurboActivate with your java application?[/quote:3mhw2tir]

We cover how to layout your binaries in the [b:3mhw2tir][url=http://wyday.com/limelm/help/using-turboactivate-with-java/:3mhw2tir]Using TurboActivate with Java[/url:3mhw2tir][/b:3mhw2tir] article.



[quote:3mhw2tir]What tool exists to build a complete setup.exe that will execute TurboActivate and install my java application across all three platforms?[/quote:3mhw2tir]

There are a number of 3rd party tools. Doing a quick google search for "Java installer" I found this open source one: [url=http://izpack.org/features/:3mhw2tir]IzPack[/url:3mhw2tir].



Tell me if this helps.
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