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installed j2ee,but cant see the splash screen of an application deployment tool  RSS feed

 
Vishal Hegde
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i installed the s/w
then typed something like this in windows OS


what does j2ee_home mean ?? i mean what to set on J2EE_HOME
 
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Five seconds on Google:

http://www.itjungle.com/mpo/mpo060602-story03.html
 
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ERROR: Set J2EE_HOME before running this script.

 
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Yeah, I got that. So set it. The article I linked to says precisely what you need to do.
 
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how to Set Java_Home to your Java Standard Edition (J2SE) SDK installation root directory (c:\jdk1.3.1_02).
and i have installed jdk1.6

isnt this thing version independent??
 
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Use some common sense. The actual values should be where your installs are.
 
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i did try to set it path values to it installs but stil not set :X

ssir if you can write wat to type in console window would be of gfreat help i have jdk6.0 and not jdk3 .so wil it be ok if i use jdk6
 
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set J2EE_HOME=c:\path\to\install

And please don't type in "c:\path\to\install"--use the path that you installed it to.
 
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Read the JDK installation instructions. In step 4 ("Update the PATH variable") you'll learn how to set an environment variable. Setting JAVA_HOME or J2EE_HOME goes the same way as setting PATH.
 
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The thing is...nobody CAN tell you exactly what to type. When you installed it, you could have installed it ANYWHERE. Without knowing where YOU installed it, it is impossible to tell you what to set your environment variable to.

The environment variable is used by your OS to know where to find your java install. So you have to set it to the correct value for where you put it when you installed it.
 
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Try a search for java.exe which is an "every kind of file", that might give you a hint for your path. Remember the path entry starts with the drive letter (eg C and ends with "bin".
 
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