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krishna bommu
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Joined: Feb 20, 2001
Posts: 2
Hi !!
I have a WINDOWS NT m/c.I have installed
1)JWS in my D drive.
2)JDK 1.2 in my D drive.
3) and LATEST jsdk2.1 in my D drive.
may i know what path & class path i have to setin my AUTOEXEC.BAT, to get the JWS configured.
-Krishna
Sandeep Jain
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Joined: Oct 25, 2000
Posts: 124
Hi,
Well for java webserver, u dont have to set any path or classpath explicitly.Its takes care of itself.
With refrence to jdk u have to set the path as
set path=%path%;c:\diretory\bin
here directory means the place where ur jdk is installed.
For the jsdk2.0 or jsdk2.1
set the classpath as follows.
set classpath=%classpath%;c:\directory\jre\lib\filename.jar;
here directory= jsdk2.0 directory or jsdk2.1 directory.
filename may be like jsdk2.0.jar or depending what jar file is there in jsdk2.1 package.


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