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JWebPlus on a Mac?

 
Carlisia Campos
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Hi everyone,
I'm just starting out a serious schedule for studying and hoping to take the test by the end of November.
Has anyone here successfully installed JWebPlus on a OSX Mac? I tried and failed, would like some help if possible.
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JWebPlus is written in pure Java. So I believe it should run on Mac too. However, we have not tried it. What is the error that you are getting?
 
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Paul, your jar might be ok on MAC, but how about your other binary stuff, I suspect they are platform dependent. Of course, I'm not sure... :roll:
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It doesn't use any platform specific binary files. The same distribution works on Sun-Solaris and Intel-Linux. That's why I would expect it to work on a Mac too.
 
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The instructions that came with it have 2 commands to run the program: 1 for windows and 1 for unix. I ran the instruction command for the unix, which is something that ends with .sh, like xxxxx.sh, on the terminal window of the Mac. It didn't recognize the command.
I'm talking about the JWebPlus that came on the CD with the study kit book.
I'm probably doing something wrong. Any hint of what it could be?

Thanks,
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Try this: From the command line/shell propmt/or whatever it is called on a Mac, go to the jwebplus directory and run: java -classpath ./jwebplus.jar hanu.qb.pgui.QBTestClient
If it doesn't run, you'll get some error message which will tell you what's wrong.
 
Carlisia Campos
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Hey, Paul,
Thank you so much. I ran this command on the terminal window inside the directory and it started the program. Perfect!
Thanks again,

Originally posted by Paul Anil:
Try this: From the command line/shell propmt/or whatever it is called on a Mac, go to the jwebplus directory and run: java -classpath ./jwebplus.jar hanu.qb.pgui.QBTestClient
If it doesn't run, you'll get some error message which will tell you what's wrong.
 
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