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From "Hoy, Samantha SSA-CORAR11" <Samantha....@shell.co.za>
Subject RE: Tomcat 3.1.* config problem
Date Mon, 09 Sep 2002 12:27:14 GMT
Thanks Andreas

When setting the JAVA_HOME variable , if I have Borland Jbuilder4 installed
, 
would the statement look more like the following ?

SET JAVA_HOME=c:\jbuilder4\bin ? (JBuilder is currently installed on the
root directory eg. c:\jbuilder4)
Is JAVA_HOME just so that Java knows where it is situated / the location of
the installation ? 
Okay I will navigate to the dos prompt and see how it looks there ...

Thanks
Samantha

-----Original Message-----
From: Andreas Probst [mailto:andpro77@gmx.net]
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 2:19 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: RE: Tomcat 3.1.* config problem


> Thanks Tony ...
> 
> I'll try this later as I haven't got it installed at my machine at work
....
> more worrying I think is how to set up the JAVA_HOME variable ....
> any ideas as to where I can locate more detailed info would be much
> appreciated ...

For the out-of-memory you can simply add the following line to 
your c:\config.sys:

shell=c:\windows\command.com /e:4096

This will then work for every DOS box.

For setting the JAVA_HOME, add a line similar to the  following 
line to your c:\autoexec.bat:

SET JAVA_HOME=c:\java\jdk13~1.1_0

Make sure you use the DOS 8.3 filename format when setting the 
variable in autoexec.bat. To get to know the 8.3 filename open a 
DOS box, navigate to the parent of your java home and type dir. 
Then the filename will be shown in long and 8.3 format.

To make it easier you could copy your existing jdk to a path 
like c:\java\jsdk131 and use this one for your JAVA_HOME 
setting.

After all restart the computer.

Andreas

> 
> Thanks
> Samantha
> 

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