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Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications
How to Specify the Class Path for the Java Virtual
Machine
About Java Support for Microsoft SQL Server and
Sybase

Create an Installation Package

Create a Configuration File

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If your application references third party Java libraries, such as the
components from the Intermec by Honeywell RFID Resource Kit, you
must include the
-cp
the Java classes. Make sure to include the current path so classes in the
current directory can be found as shown in this example:
$JAVA_HOME/bin/java -cp .:./BasicRFID.jar
MyClass
The reader jTDS driver (version 1.2) provides JDBC capabilities to Java
applications running on the reader. You need to include the location of
the JDBC drivers in the class path with the environmental variable
. The JDBC drivers support JDBC 1.0 and:
$JDBC_HOME
Microsoft SQL Server versions 6.5, 7, 2000, and 2005.
Sybase versions 10,11, 12, and 15.
For more information, go to http://jtds.sourceforge.net.
Before you can install your RFID application, you must create an
installation package.
1
Create a configuration file.
2
Archive the installation files.
When you create an application for the reader, you need to include a
configuration file in the root directory of the archive so that the
application can run on the reader.
1
Open a text editor and type this syntax:
AUTOSTART=true|false
RUNAFTERINSTALL=true|false
CMDLINE=<Command line to start the
application>
option to specify the class path for the JVM to find
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