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The Eclipse is not Opening

naval kumar
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Dear Sir, I have Installed jre 1.6 and opening Eclipse its Giving message "JRE OR JDK must be available in order to run Eclipse. No JVM was found after Searching the Following Location : G:\Software\Eclipse\jre\bin\javaw.exe. 'javaw.exe' in your current PATH"

I have Question
1)If have installed the JRE 1.6 .is it required To Install JDK 1.6 Also??
or how can i resolve the issue?
Mansukhdeep Thind
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naval kumar wrote:Dear Sir, I have Installed jre 1.6 and opening Eclipse its Giving message "JRE OR JDK must be available in order to run Eclipse. No JVM was found after Searching the Following Location : G:\Software\Eclipse\jre\bin\javaw.exe. 'javaw.exe' in your current PATH"

I have Question
1)If have installed the JRE 1.6 .is it required To Install JDK 1.6 Also??
or how can i resolve the issue?


Hi Naval

Go to oracle's download page. Download and install JDK 1.6. Specify your Java home in "path" variable in environment variables as well as path of binaries and libraries i.e. $JAVA_HOME/bin and $JAVA_HOME/lib It should start up then. Let me know in case you face any problems.


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Campbell Ritchie
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Try javaw -version at the command line.
naval kumar
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Dear Sir,
I am Doing Work to convert The My Project Code which Was Working On “JDk 1.4 “and I want to Upgrade on “Jdk 1.6.0.38” and I m Working On Eclipse. So I am Confuse Little Bit That
1-Right Now in my system I don’t have any java version, if I installed Only Jre 1.6.0.38 Then It will Enough To Run Eclipse or I have To installed JDK 1.6.0.38?
2-When I installed Only Jre Then Inside of its “bin” There is no “javac” complier .is my eclipse take javac complier from the “JDK‘s bin.?
3-How can I identified that My Eclipse Is Changing the My code from java version 1.4 to 1.6?
4-From where The Eclipse takes Javac compiler To Compile the .java file?
Campbell Ritchie
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naval kumar wrote:Dear Sir,
I am Doing Work to convert The My Project Code which Was Working On “JDk 1.4 “ . . .
Why? If it works on JDK1.4, why do you need to change it at all?
1-Right Now in my system I don’t have any java version, if I installed Only Jre 1.6.0.38 Then It will Enough To Run Eclipse or I have To installed JDK 1.6.0.38?
2-When I installed Only Jre Then Inside of its “bin” There is no “javac” complier .is my eclipse take javac complier from the “JDK‘s bin.?
3-How can I identified that My Eclipse Is Changing the My code from java version 1.4 to 1.6?
4-From where The Eclipse takes Javac compiler To Compile the .java file?
It says here that Eclipse requires a JRE; I believe it has its own compiler.
 
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