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Currently, Social Security System (http://www.sss.gov.ph) has this tool called R3 File Generator, which previously a DOS-based program which has been updated now to java, a good news for non-Windows OS users. But still it’s needs some minor fixes to be able to run it, in my example in Linux.
The Folder structure:
I didn’t alter anything but added two (2) scripts that’s needed to be able to run in in Linux.
1. runSSS.sh, bash script to be able to run the java application.
#!/bin/bash cd /home/USER/bin/SSS java -Xmx256M -jar R3*.jar run
2. wordpad, also a bash script which simulate the WORDPAD.EXE, which used in the application to generate on-screen report.
#!/bin/bash gedit $1 $2 $3
Note: Remember, the files should be located in /home/USER/bin/SSS, update the path to the actual location of the application. JRE should also be installed to run this program.