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[Q] How to use "j2ee" command

 
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I know this command "j2ee" (like javac.exe) should be found in J2ee Reference implementation which is installed together with j2ee. But I can't find such a directory called RI or such a command called j2ee.

So can you give me any suggestion what I should do?
[ July 16, 2005: Message edited by: Bruce Sun ]
 
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Did you install the reference implementation? Mine is installed in a directory called j2sdkee1.3.1 and inside the bin directory there is a j2ee.bat.

Did you follow the instructions and set up environment variables?

installation instructions
 
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Thanks. I just installed that. Everything I want is there.
Before, what I downloaded and installed is J2EE 1.4 all-in-one bundle. Don't know why I didn't install J2EE RI. Will check again later.
 
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Hi, Carol
May I see your settings for the "path" environment?
When I run "j2ee" in the Dos environment, it shows that "The 'C:\Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.". But I really set J2EE_home variable and then included %j2ee_home%\bin in the "path" environment variable.
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