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Error when found api key. Error occurred during initialization of VM

 
fahimeh hashemian
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I want to find api key for using and testing my app in my device(I mean before release, i want when connect device to laptop, i want to test program and see map on device). anyway, i use this line for find md5 and sh1, but when write this in cmd, i see below error! why? How can i solve this?

I write:

C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_03\bin>keytool -list -keytool C:\Users\my name\debug.keystore

but i see this in cmd:

Error occurred during initialization of VM java/lang/NoClassDefFoundError: java/lang/Object

Please help me . Thanks
 
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Carefully look at each part of the command you're entering, and ask yourself: is that correct?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Carefully look at each part of the command you're entering, and ask yourself: is that correct?

I read my comments and i think, this is true! what you mean? which part of my question is incorrect?
 
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fahimeh hashemian wrote:
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Carefully look at each part of the command you're entering, and ask yourself: is that correct?

I read my comments and i think, this is true! what you mean? which part of my question is incorrect?

What are the available options for the -list command?
 
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Steve Luke wrote:
fahimeh hashemian wrote:
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Carefully look at each part of the command you're entering, and ask yourself: is that correct?

I read my comments and i think, this is true! what you mean? which part of my question is incorrect?

What are the available options for the -list command?

I don't know. I read this tutorial and i use this for finding api key .

https://blog-emildesign.rhcloud.com/?p=403
 
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The problem is that you did not do exactly what that tutorial says to do. You made a mistake with the command you used, which is what Steve and I are trying to alert you to. So I'll say it again: look very carefully at every single part of the command you used.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:The problem is that you did not do exactly what that tutorial says to do. You made a mistake with the command you used, which is what Steve and I are trying to alert you to. So I'll say it again: look very carefully at every single part of the command you used.

Sorry Sorry. I don't see the rest of it ! again sorry for take your time Thanks Steve and Ulf
 
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