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From Joseph S Chung <jsch...@itsd.gov.hk>
Subject Re[3]: JAVA_HOME variable problem
Date Tue, 24 Jun 2003 04:27:16 GMT

Hi Simon,

It fail with Tomcat 5 but seems work with Tomcat 4.
Thanks,
Joseph





From: Joseph S Chung <jschung@itsd.gov.hk> on 24/06/2003 12:18
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Thanks Simon.

I export it and I can see it from "export -p". But the result is still the
same when I execute "startup.sh". Any idea?

Thanks.





From: Simon Kitching <simon@ecnetwork.co.nz> on 24/06/2003 11:52
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On Tue, 2003-06-24 at 15:39, Joseph S Chung wrote:
> With "echo $JAVA_HOME", I get "/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.1_03".

Sorry to ask, but have you done this?
  export JAVA_HOME

Without this, the value is visible in your current shell but not in
applications started from your current shell.



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