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"no publich JRE."

 
Paul O'Donnell
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I installed Java 6, compiled a program successfully. When I tried to run it, I got the message: "no publich JRE."

What causes this error, and how do I fix it?

The environment is XP. Java 5 is also installed on this box.

Thanks.
 
Geoff Jefferson
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The only thing I can think of is to re-install the JKD to make sure you got it and not just JRE which
can cause this message.

G.
 
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