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problem while installing netbeans6

 
teja dharma
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I am using windows XP when i am trying to install nebean6 its saying java se development kit not found on this computer .
I created JAVA_HOME environmental system variable with value C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0 the same path which is on my computer but still
i am getting same error do i have to add still any more system environmental variables ? Do i have to restart once environmental variables added ? please give reply soon
 
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First of all,
teja dharma wrote:please give reply soon

EaseUp.

teja dharma wrote:Do i have to restart once environmental variables added ?

Yes. I would recommend restarting the system once.
 
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i did but same problem again.
is this correct
JAVA_HOME
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0;.;
or
JAVA_HOME
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0
do i have to add CLASSPATH ,PATH
variables too
 
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Don't know, but the first line looks suspect. You don't usually add . to your PATH on Windows. Don't set a system CLASSPATH.

This also appears to be in the wrong forum.
 
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then suggest me the forum where i can find answer for this
 
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The given below are the system environmental variables with values i have added according to my system.

JAVA_HOME C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.5.0

CLASSPATH C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.5.0\bin

PATH C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.5.0\bin

Is this correct ? if not what are the environmental variables with values? Do i have to add for system or user? As for now i added for both system and user do i have to restart my pc?

 
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Moving to IDE forum
 
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teja dharma wrote:The given below are the system environmental variables with values i have added according to my system.

JAVA_HOME C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.5.0

CLASSPATH C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.5.0\bin

PATH C:\Program Files\Java\j2sdk1.5.0\bin

Is this correct ? if not what are the environmental variables with values? Do i have to add for system or user? As for now i added for both system and user do i have to restart my pc?



Remove the CLASSPATH setting. It certainly does no good to point it to the JDK 'bin' directory.

You will have problems with the JDK installed into a directory with spaces in it. Move it to a directory that doesn't have any spaces, like C:\Java\j2sdk1.5.0 and update your environment variables accordingly.
 
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