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Anonymous
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I am using weblogic 5.1 and jdk1.3 on Windows 98 and I wrote a bat file to set path and classpath, which I believe included everything needed. But I can't start the cloudscape database. The error I got is:
D:\>java -classpath
%CLASSPATH%;%WL%\eval\cloudscape\lib\tools.jar;.;
COM.cloudscape.tools.cview
Exception in thread "main"
***** Error occurred on Wed Oct 04 15:48:42 EDT 2000
java.lang.NullPointerException
at com.inprise.jbcl.view.TreeView.setOpaque(TreeView.java:213)
at javax.swing.JScrollPane.(JScrollPane.java:247)
at javax.swing.JScrollPane.(JScrollPane.java:290)
at com.inprise.jbcl.view.TreeView.(TreeView.java:22)
at
com.inprise.jbcl.control.TreeControl.(TreeControl.java:22)
at COM.jbms._119._1245.(Unknown Source)
at COM.jbms._119._1245.(Unknown Source)
at COM.jbms._119._1356.(Unknown Source)
at COM.jbms._119._1530.(Unknown Source)
at COM.jbms._119._1530.(Unknown Source)
at COM.cloudscape.tools.cview.main(Unknown Source
Any suggestion on how to set the classpath and path?
 
sunil kumar
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Hi ,
The command you have written is to bring up the cloudscape console . I think the classpath is missing swing components or 3 jars of cloudscape . try after including them in the path..
 
George Brown
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Cloudview and JDK 1.3 is a known problem.

see this link for a list of 'certified' JVMs

BTW, you may want to post WebLogic-related questions to the WebLogic Servers forum. Just a shameless plug
 
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