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If you define -jar the -classpath is ignored:

Java manual:

-jar When you use this option, the JAR file is the source of all user classes, and other user class path settings are ignored.

You can define the classpath dependencies in the Manifest metadata.

The easiest way to start your app is using the scala scripts:

scala -classpath target/scaaaaaaaaala-1.0.jar scaaalaaa.App Hello World!

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Below is the way to execute the Scala Executable Jar

  • We need scala installed in your system.

  • Here first will give the jar path and jar name

  • If your code needs any dependency jar then keep all jar in one directory and give a path of this in command like below after the ":".

  • At last give your class/object name.

scala -cp "/your/jar/path/jar_name.jar:/your/dependency/jar/path/*" SampleCode

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For an executable jar, the classpath should be in the jar's manifest. For help on doing that, look through the answers to Stackoverflow: How to create an executable jar with dependancy jars.

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Simply running

scala scaaaaaaaaala-1.0.jar 

works for me with 2.11.6

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use sbt-assembly sbt plugin to produce a jar containing all dependencies

sbt-assembly github

e.g. add a line in project/plugins.sbt:

addSbtPlugin("com.eed3si9n" % "sbt-assembly" % "0.14.10")

adjust your build.sbt e.g. with

mainClass in (assembly) := Some("mypackage.mysubpackage.MyMainClass")
assemblyJarName in assembly := "my_assembly.jar"

then build your assembled jar with

sbt assembly

and launch it with

java -jar ./target/scala-2.12/my_assembly.jar

Et voilĂ , no class-path this & thats needed any more. only 1 jar.


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