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    mark Guest

    paroblem loading BDK1.1




    My system is windows 98 and I run jdk1.3 from my c: drive. My problem is
    when the installer for the BDK1.1 launches one of the pop up windows asks
    me to choose a java virtual machine. the pop-up dialog window lets me browse
    thru my files. My problem is I don't know the file name for the
    JVM or it's location. I thought it would be in the jdk1.3 download but I
    can't locate it. Any help in setting up my beanbox would be greatly appreciated.

    new to beans and to java

  2. #2
    Tim Shea Guest

    Re: paroblem loading BDK1.1


    "mark" <mprog@mediaone.net> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >My system is windows 98 and I run jdk1.3 from my c: drive. My problem is
    >when the installer for the BDK1.1 launches one of the pop up windows asks
    >me to choose a java virtual machine. the pop-up dialog window lets me browse
    >thru my files. My problem is I don't know the file name for the
    >JVM or it's location. I thought it would be in the jdk1.3 download but

    I
    >can't locate it. Any help in setting up my beanbox would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    >new to beans and to java



    I think the run-time environment for JAVA is the RT.jar file..


  3. #3
    prakash Guest

    Re: paroblem loading BDK1.1


    it asks for JRE. can be found javahome/jre/lib/rt.jar.

    "Tim Shea" <tshea24@mediaone.net> wrote:
    >
    >"mark" <mprog@mediaone.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>My system is windows 98 and I run jdk1.3 from my c: drive. My problem

    is
    >>when the installer for the BDK1.1 launches one of the pop up windows asks
    >>me to choose a java virtual machine. the pop-up dialog window lets me

    browse
    >>thru my files. My problem is I don't know the file name for the
    >>JVM or it's location. I thought it would be in the jdk1.3 download but

    >I
    >>can't locate it. Any help in setting up my beanbox would be greatly appreciated.
    >>
    >>new to beans and to java

    >
    >
    >I think the run-time environment for JAVA is the RT.jar file..
    >



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