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Trouble installing Resin3.0 in windows XP

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I am trying to install Resin 3.0 i windows XP . I get the following message.


2 Dir(s) 2,009,030,656 bytes free

Resin-3.0.14 (built Tue, 05 Jul 2005 11:03:36 PDT)
Copyright(c) 1998-2004 Caucho Technology. All rights reserved.

Using Resin(R) Open Source under the GNU Public License (GPL).

See http://www.caucho.com for information on Resin Professional,
including caching, clustering, JNI acceleration, and OpenSSL integration.

Starting Resin on Fri, 21 Oct 2005 14:18:13 -0400 (EDT)

[14:18:14.953] Server[] starting
[14:18:14.993] http listening to *:8080
[14:18:15.054] hmux listening to localhost:6802
[14:18:15.094] Host[] starting
[14:18:15.194] WebApp[http://localhost:8080] starting
[14:18:17.357] In-place class redefinition (HotSwap) is not available. In-place
class reloading during development requires a compatible JDK and -Xdebug.
[14:18:17.457] WebApp[http://localhost:8080/resin-doc] starting


I created two system environment variable, JAVA_HOME
and RESIN_HOME and set them to the corresponding home directories
But guess it is not able to detect the JDK.

Please Help!!

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What version of JDK are you using?

I don't think the problem is with detecting JDK. It is complaining that your JDK version cannot support hot deployment. If hot-deployment is not your priority, your resin appears to have started. Could you verify by typing http://localhost:8080?

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