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From trags <>
Subject Re: [daemon] Cannot instantiate class: com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory
Date Thu, 23 Sep 2010 13:54:14 GMT

Thanks ^TM,
I tried changing the user to my username (Thomas), but no change.  I also
examined the permissions for C:\tmp.  Now all users have full control of
this directory (and descendants).

Your comment caused me to re-examine my diagnostics, however.  I noticed two
things about my path.
1.)  My Java JDK isn't in the path (nor is the JRE in the path).  This is
due to having defined %JAVA_PATH% only for my username, as well as modified
the %PATH% to include %JAVA_PATH%\bin only for my username.  I corrected
these oversights, but they might not be necessary, due to my having
installed the JDK/JRE in C:\Program Files\Java.  Windows seems to find
things there OK.  After making these changes, the log shows no changes
(except that the path is longer for my username than for local_system,
appending some GUI application paths).  It looks now like local_system has
the right paths.
2.)  The library path pre-pends C:\Program
Files\Apache-commons;.;C:\Windows\Sun\Java\bin; to the system-defined path. 
I run the install from C:\Program Files\Apache-commons, so I think that's
where that comes from;  '.' gets the --StartPath= directory (verified by
displaying the current directory in the startup log).  The third one is a
complete mystery, since this directory doesn't even exist!

Is there something else I should check?
Thanks in advance.
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