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Problem in running XSLT program

 
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Hi there,
I try to run a XSLT prgram thr' XALAN.It says
"JRE not installed in the correcr directory"
Iam having my java in c:/java/jdk1.2.2/...
My Xml files in C:/XML/xslt...
Do i have keep it in the same dir of that XSL files?
Someone help me with this.
regards
paula
 
paula zahn
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Is this forum Working or not?
 
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Pretty much
I think you should be having the jre stuff in ur system path as with mine as shown here - "D:\suresh\JRE\1.3.1_01\bin"
 
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Thanks jaydev,
yeah,Iam having my JRE file within /JDK/jre/..
So what should i do now?
Give me some suggestion,
 
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You will be having the java.exe using which we compile our class files from the command line. You need to have the absolute directory path(typically the path for the bin directory which has this exe fiel) added to your system path and that should take care of the problem.
 
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