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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
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.

--David

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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