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bobby reddy
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Hello everyone,
I would like to install Eclipse in my machine. Before I install Eclipse, I need to install JDK. When I try to install JDK in D drive, I am facing problems in setting the path as well when i execute autoexec.bat.
Could anyone forward me the url where I can find step by step procedure to install the JDK along with Eclipse.

Thanks,
bobby
 
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What operating system are you using? What version of Java are you installing? What problems are you having updating the path?
 
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The Java Tutorials page about "common problems" has a link in to the installation instructions where it tells you to set your PATH permanently ("optional").

Take no notice about "optional;" follow the instructions and that will tell you how to set the PATH permanently. There is no need to do anything with the CLASSPATH at this stage.
 
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I am facing problems in setting the path as well when i execute autoexec.bat.

Are you trying to edit the windows autoexec.bat file to set the path?
Then it is notthe right way to do it, alternately go to My computer->properties->advanced->environment variables->path.



Hope this helps
 
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Originally posted by Amit Ghorpade:
Are you trying to edit the windows autoexec.bat file to set the path?
Then it is not the right way to do it . . .
It is the right way if you still use Windows 98.
 
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Originally posted by Campbell Ritchie
It is the right way if you still use Windows 98.



I have nearly forgot that OS.
I assumed the same for others

Anyways thanks Campbell
 
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