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starting J2EE1.3 in Win 98 , getting syntax error .... please help, vrey urgent

 
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Hai all,
I Have installed J2EE1.3 in my machine(win98), i have set the classpath, javehome and j2eehome in usercongif.bat. When i run the user config i get syntax error. More specifically when i run setenv i get syntax error at JASS_PTIONS,SSl_OPtions,Socket_factory,listen_options.
can any body help regarding this, why am i getting this error.
thanks in advance.
sans
 
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Maybe you might post your actual error (verbatim)?
Wondering where this error is coming from. The .bat file? or java?
 
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J2EE.BAT calls SETENV.BAT w/c causes a syntax error at the set JAAS_OPTIONS=.. line because DOS does not accept 2 '=' signs for the SET command (try SET VAR=VAR1=VAR2 in DOS and you'll see what I mean)......
the reason has been explained in the following link. http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum11/HTML/000956.html
 
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Hello fan mo
Thanks for your reply.
I followed the procedure what you have said .
I want to run an JMS application , when i want to create an queue the j2eeadmin is not working.It gives an error bad command or file name. Can you please tell what could be the reason for this.
Thanks in advance.
santosh
 
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