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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18007] - stcheckin behavior of rootlocalfolder broken
Date Tue, 01 Jul 2003 15:18:37 GMT
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stcheckin behavior of rootlocalfolder broken





------- Additional Comments From eric_schwarzenbach@classwell.com  2003-07-01 15:18 -------
The machine on which I see the problem (windows 2000) has both the StarTeam 
Client (5.2) and the StarGate SDK (also 5.2, Build 118).

However I've made a copy of the jar to another directory in which I keep most 
of the jars I use to keep my classpath under control, and this is the one I 
have in my classpath. Would this make a difference? 

Or would there be a path requirement? There's 6 dlls in the same directory in 
which the jar gets installed. When I set up the environment in a command 
prompt, I just path to what I need, I don't leave all the cruft that every 
install leaves in the system path--so these have probably not been in my path 
when I've tested. And they don't seem to have been copied to the Windows system 
directory by the install. However I have know idea if some windows registry 
magic would make them available if the jar tries to load them.

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