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Re: J2EE setting

 
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Dear all,

To learn J2EE, I have downloaded J2EE SDK and installed successfully. I follow the steps described in the web reference "http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/EJBIntro/exercises/SetupJ2EERI/" to run the application server, but I failed in that the output from command prompt was "command is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file." when I typed in commands "j2ee - verbose" and "cloudscape -start" even I have set the environment variables J2EE_HOME and PATH to be the directory I installed the SDK and J2EE_HOME\bin respectively. Can anyone spot the problem?

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Joe,
do you have j2ee.jar in your PATH?
 
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Where can I find j2ee.jar?
 
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