What task do you perform after creating your Java program with a development tool, such as JCreator, and thoroughly testing that program with a testing tool, such as Jtest? Answer: Prepare the program for installation on your customers' computers. How do you accomplish that task? Either create your own installation program, which might take as long to create as the program to be installed, or obtain a tool that creates that installation program for you. However, the J2SE (Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition) SDK doesn't provide such a tool. Although the SDK provides a jar tool that simplifies distribution by packaging a program's classfiles and other files into a jar file, that tool proves appropriate only for simple installations. For more complex installations, which might involve displaying a license agreement a customer must accept before installation proceeds, you must use an appropriate non-SDK installation tool, such as InstallAnywhere, which this article explores.