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From Joe Fernandez <joe.fernan...@ttmsolutions.com>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ 5.1.0 installation on an iSeries.
Date Thu, 20 Nov 2008 15:38:29 GMT

I don't know anything about QSHELL, but your JAVA_HOME is being set to 

"ROOTQIBMProdDataJava400jdk15binJava" 

Maybe don't use '\' and instead use '/' ?

For example 

export JAVA_HOME=/xdir/ydir/zdir/jdk15



Awright wrote:
> 
> Well fro future reference if anyone else gets this issue, I /think/ I am
> on the right track... The QSHELL equivelant of the wondoze environment set
> is;
> 
> export JAVA_HOME=\blah\blah\file
> 
> I've not quite got it right as it's still whinging and throwing up an
> error message, but my error message has changed to;
> 
> Error: JAVA_HOME is not defined correctly.                       
>   We cannot execute ROOTQIBMProdDataJava400jdk15binJava/bin/java 
> 
> So progress...;)
> 
> 
> 
> Joe Fernandez wrote:
>> 
>> The JAVA_HOME environment variable points to your Java runtime home
>> directory. For example, on Windoze  it would be set as follows,
>> C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_06\jre
>> 
>> So find out where your Java runtime has been installed and set JAVA_HOME
>> accordingly. 
>> 
>> Joe
>> 
>> 
>> Awright wrote:
>>> 
>>> As previously mentioned  - I know nothing about this side of iSeries
>>> tech as never had to use it prior to the company I work for now, so the
>>> whole $ACTIVEMQ.... is new to me... I'm assuming that's some kind of
>>> variable or something?..;)
>>> 
>>> I've tried running it by going to the /bin directory while in QSHELL,
>>> this was after making sure I used the chmod to do what was mentioned on
>>> the web page - "chmod 755 activemq", in case there were authority
>>> issues.
>>> 
>>> I get an error now claiming I haven't set JAVA_HOME, and frankly no idea
>>> where to start with this. Just been trying to figure out currently where
>>> I set that enviromental variable.:)
>>> 
>>> Actual error is;
>>> 
>>> /apache-activemq-5.1.0/bin/activemq: 001-0019 Error found searching for
>>> command which. No such path or directory.
>>> Error: JAVA_HOME is not defined correctly.
>>> 
>>> Thanks for the response, and any light you could throw this way..:)
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Joe Fernandez wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> With the default configuration, you should be able to run the ActiveMQ
>>>> message broker right out of the box 
>>>> 
>>>> What happens when you run  $ACTIVEMQ_HOME/bin/activemq ?
>>>> 
>>>> Joe
>>>> http://www.ttmsolutions.com - get a free ActiveMQ user guide
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> with the default con
>>>> 
>>>> Awright wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> Hello folks... I've done a quick search on this forum and haven't
>>>>> found the answers I was looking for, so hopefully someone out there
>>>>> can help me..:)
>>>>> 
>>>>> Never touched ActiveMQ before, and therefore have zero previous
>>>>> experience of the product, but I have been asked to install it on an
>>>>> iSeries.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Now, I've dumped a copy of the .gz onto the IFS, and I've gone in via
>>>>> Qshell assuming that, that is where I need to go to "unpack and
>>>>> install" it. However I'm having no joy - Does anyone know what I need
>>>>> to do, or can you point me at any useful links?
>>>>> 
>>>>> I've tried following the basic install steps you can get from the web
>>>>> site, but it doesn't seem to be working for me. Now, as I said I've no
>>>>> prior experience, and my primary knowledge lies with OS400, so I'll
>>>>> happily hold my hand up if I'm doing something daft.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Any help much appreciated.
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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