Is it possible to open the command prompt (and I guess any other terminal for other systems), and execute commands in the newly opened window?
Currently what I have is this:
Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime();
I've tried adding the next command after the "start", I've tried running another rt.exec containing my command, but I can't find a way to make it work.
If it matters, I'm trying to run a command similar to this:
java -flag -flag -cp terminal-based-program.jar
Unfortunately I have had some strange findings. I've been able to successfully launch the command prompt and pass a command using this:
rt.exec("cmd.exe /c start command");
However, it only seems to work with one command. Because, if I try to use the command separator like this, "cmd.exe /c start command&command2", the second command is passed through the background (the way it would if I just used rt.exec("command2");). Now the problem here is, I realized that I need to change the directory the command prompt is running in, because if I just use the full path to the jar file, the jar file incorrectly reads the data from the command prompt's active directory, not the jar's directory which contains its resources.