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i set the paths properly to j2ee_home and java_home
now i am writing j2ee -verbose
it takes the command but while self scrolling in the prompt area it indicates not started. something something
in another prompt screen i again set the paths
write deploytool
the same thing happens here not started. something..
the deploy window of j2sdkee comes and lasts for quite long and nothing happens.
I had deployed applicaions before two days but why it is giving problems now??
is there anything wrong i am doing??
please..
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try using the below commands as your batch file.

in the code above set the J2EE_HOME and the JAVA_HOME appropriately. Lets see what happens.
Have you reduced your RAM in the last two days. If so what is the present RAM on your system.

[This message has been edited by Rahul Mahindrakar (edited April 17, 2001).]
 
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