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From David Crossley <>
Subject Re: problem getting started
Date Mon, 31 Jan 2005 21:27:07 GMT
KC Morris wrote:
> Here's what I get for the variables that you asked about:
> >(quantum) /cygdrive/e/Programs//apache-forrest-0.6: echo $JAVA_HOME 
> >C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.4.2_07
> >(quantum) /cygdrive/e/Programs//apache-forrest-0.6: java -version
> >java version "1.4.2_07"
> >Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.4.2_07-b05)
> >Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.2_07-b05, mixed mode)
> >(quantum) /cygdrive/e/Programs//apache-forrest-0.6: echo $CLASSPATH
> >E:\Programs\xerces-c2\xerces-2_4_0\xercesImpl.jar;E:\Programs\xerces-c2\xerces-2_4_0\xercesSamples.jar;E:\Programs\xerces-c2\xerces-2_4_0\xmlParserAPIs.jar;e:\P
> >rograms\msv\msv-20030225\msv.jar
> I set the JAVA_HOME variable but didn't do anything to the CLASSPATH.  
> Does it need something added (or removed?)

Trying unsetting the CLASSPATH. Forrest does not need it.

> Thanks for the quick response.  I'm sorry I was away, but I'm here all 
> day now.
> >>>It seems to be related to the XML parser.  Was I supposed to install 
> >>>one?  I don't see any documentation related to that.  Is there 
> >>>something else I need to set up in my environment?  I' still just 
> >>>trying to get this to work out of the box.  Any suggestions are 
> >>>appreciated.

No you do not need to install anything. The problem is that
your system is not using Forrest's packaged parser, but getting
one from somewhere else on your system.


Dave Brondsema wrote:
> >>My guess is that there's something a little weird with the version of 
> >>java you have installed.  What do you get when you run "java 
> >>-version"?  And when you run "echo %JAVA_HOME%"?
> >
> >also "echo %CLASSPATH%"
> >

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