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Swetha Bhagavathula
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hai I have windows 7 64 bit OS.using java 6 and eclipse indigo 64 bit. but I could not start eclipse IDE and ecountered the error "failed to load the JNI shared library ..\ jvm.dll" can anyone please help me in dorting out the problem. Also unable to run my web application in netbeans 7( with apache tomcat 7 server ).could not see the output on my browser window .checked that server is started..everything was fine. please help me to get out of these two problems..
thanks in advance.
 
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Do you also have 64-bit Java? If you have both 32 and 64-bit Java, is the 64-bit one your default?

By the way, you can configure Eclipse to use a specific Java, that way you can be sure you are using thew 64-bit version. See this:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/488574/vc/Eclipse-running-JRE-but-JDK#2197020
 
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Hai .Thanks a lot.I could start my eclipse helio but couldn't indigo. But before using this,as a beginner to IDE env,can anyone please tell me what the versions of IDE of eclipse makes difference.I mean.. what is the difference betweern Eclipse INDIGO,HELIO etc etc.. which is best to use ?for web applications and all java applications (in other sense).please help me!!!
 
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Did you try looking on the fountain of knowledge (wikipedia)? See is this helps:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eclipse_(software)#Releases

Basically, Indigo, Helios, etal are Eclipse packages that include the basic Eclipse framework plus preconfigured collections of plugins. Usually, you will want to use the latest version (the link above will tell you what that is). Then you need to decide on a package. Developers working on web applications or other Java EE technology will want the "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers", other will need only the "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers" package.
 
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hai all .I could see my out put in browser window(small servlet program) using Net Beans IDE.(previously could not).The thing i could rectify is i wrote <welcome-file-list> (tag) in my web.xml and wrote my servlet program name in <welcome-file>....thanks all
 
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