I have a problem with my Win2000 classpath. My original classpath was as follows:- %JAVA_HOME%\lib; %JAVA_HOME%\lib\rowset.jar; %JAVA_HOME%\lib\jndi.jar; %CLDSCP%\lib\cloudscape.jar; %CLDSCP%\lib\tools.jar; %CLDSCP%\demo\programs\tours; .; e:\oracle\ora92\jdbc\lib\classes12.zip; e:\oracle\ora92\jdbc\lib\nls_charset12.zip; d:\Dcylper\JavaCode; %J2EE_HOME%\lib\j2ee.jar; %J2EE_HOME%\lib\j2eetools.jar;d:\Tomcat\common\lib\servlet.jar; d:\BegJavaDB\Chapter19; %J2EE_HOME%\lib; %XERCES_HOME% \xerces.jar; %XERCES_HOME%\xercesSamples.jar; However, when I added the following, the classpath ran into problems:- %XALAN_HOME%\bin\xalan.jar; %XALAN_HOME%\bin\xalansamples.jar; %XALAN_HOME%\bin\xercesImpl.jar; %XALAN_HOME%\bin\xsltc.jar After adding the above, and after rebooting I typed “set” at the command prompt. The classpath appeared to only include the java and cloudscape classes. All the rest had DISAPPEARED! I have even tried clearing the entire classpath and rebooting, but the “set” command will STILL have those java and cloudscape classes. What has happened? This has occurred before and I have had to reghost my machine. Is it due to the memory being exceeded? Could it possibly be due to my having a dual boot with Win98? This is extremely frustrating, more-so now that Win2000 no longer has an accessible autoexec.bat file to edit. Any help would be much appreciated!!!
posted 13 years ago
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