For an application you write to use OpenTS, the OpenTS.jar
file must be in your classpath. This can be accomplished in a number
of ways including the following:
At run/compile time (Recommended).
You may include the jar file in the classpath at runtime or
compile-time by using the -classpath flag. For example
java -classpath .;OpenTS.jar MyProgram
or for compiling...
javac -classpath .;OpenTS.jar *.java
As a Java extension.
Java 2 (jdk1.2 and greater) makes it easy to include jar files
in Java's classpath by placing the jar file in the JDK_HOME/jre/lib/ext/
directory, where JDK_HOME is the location of the Java installation.
On a MS Windows computer, for example, you might put the file in the
The MacOS Runtime for Java will automatically include jar files in the
System:Extensions:MRJ Libraries directory.
In the CLASSPATH environment variable.
Depending on your computer platform you may set the CLASSPATH
environment variable with a command such as the MS Windows command
In an applet.
To include the jar file (and any others) in an applet,
use the archive key/value pair as in this example:
<APPLET CODE="MyApplet.class" WIDTH=200 HEIGHT=200