My custom class tries to launch a 3rd party app from the installer, but the program can't be found.

If the 3rd party app is a program that your company supplies, then it should be included in the JExpressInstaller subdirectory.

If the 3rd party app is a standard program on the target system, then you must either supply the full path to its location or it must be in the path. Note:On Mac OS X machines, the path is very restricted by the OS when you launch a JAR file by double clicking it or you launch the installer from the Mac icon. Typically, the path is restricted to /bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin so the 3rd party app would need to be in one of these subdirectories or you need to supply the full path.

If you are trying to launch a shell command (e.g., for, if) instead of a program, then you cannot use Java's Runtime exec() or DeNova's Exec class directly.

Applies to
Autoupdater, Linux, 1.3.1_02

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