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a secondary problem from JRun installation

 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Now I've got another problem related to installation of JRun.
When I try to run the program Leap with the arg of 2000, this is what I get:

C:\JavaClass>java Leap 2000
Registry key 'Software\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\CurrentVersion'
has value '1.2', but '1.3' is required.
Error: could not find java.dll
Error: could not find Java 2 Runtime Environment.

During the install I chose jdk1.2.2 both for the "Select a Java runtime" box (the default) and the next info box told me that I was using the 1.2.2 JVM.

What's going on here?
 
Brett Knapik
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you should use the 1.3 jvm.try that it might work.
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It sounds like you somehow compiled with 1.3 and are running with 1.2.
Take a look at your path and see if you have a reference to a 1.3 VM somewhere.
 
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Hi, I have had the same problem but it was while ago.
I believe that JRun comes with jdk 1.2.2 ( or maybe just jre). when You are installing JRun there is an option to include it or not. I guess You chose to include it so it has come on top of the 1.3 that has already been installed. That is why the windows file containing registry keys has changed. So I say, remove 1.2.2 and remove JRun. Then install 1.3 again and install JRun but without jdk but just give it a path to the 1.3 that is already installed. That should correct the JRun too, and it should run fine.

I hope this helps.
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[This message has been edited by Vladan Radovanovic (edited December 13, 2000).]
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Originally posted by Vladan Radovanovic:
I believe that JRun comes with jdk 1.2.2 ( or maybe just jre). when You are installing JRun there is an option to include it or not. I guess You chose to include it so it has come on top of the 1.3 that has already been installed. That is why the windows file containing registry keys has changed. So I say, remove 1.2.2 and remove JRun. Then install 1.3 again and install JRun but without jdk but just give it a path to the 1.3 that is already installed. That should correct the JRun too, and it should run fine.

I uninstalled 1.2.2 and 1.3 and JRun. Reinstalled 1.2.2. Same problem. Uninstalled 1.2.2 and reinstalled 1.3. Good so far. Reinstalled JRun. Doesn't work. See my other post.
 
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