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netbeans installation error on windows 64 bit laptop

john wutka
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Hi,


I am trying to install netbeans 7.3 on my windows 64 bit laptop. I am pointing to right JDK on my computer still getting error as "the specified JDK folder does not containJDK".

How do I fix this error. Please advise. Any ideas, resources, sample code highly appreciated. thanks in advance



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K. Tsang
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The path the installer is looking for is the SDK (with "javac") rather than JDK (just the run time).


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Steve Luke
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K. Tsang wrote:The path the installer is looking for is the SDK (with "javac") rather than JDK (just the run time).

The JDK is the Java Development Kit (with javac). The distribution with just the run-time is the JRE (Java Run-time Environment).


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john wutka
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netbeans with jdk built in bundle from below link worked perfect

i am trying jdk with netbeans
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk-netbeans-jsp-142931.html


But i see one issue. I went to Tools--to get servers view to start glassfish server. I see services but services does not have servers in that. How do I get servers view to start glassfish server and go to glassfish admin server to configure jms queue and topic.

I wonder why when go to Tools ---> servers is not showing? so that i van configure new server like glassfish or tomcat there

please advise



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K. Tsang
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Did you enable the "Java Web & EE" plugin from Tools -> Plugins -> Installed?

Does the Netbeans comes with the download the "full" installer (everything Java SE,ME,EE,PHP,C++,Groovy etc).
john wutka
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Everything seems enabled automatically. I did not enable anything myself.


Actually

I do not see" "Java Web & EE" plugin" to enable. I wonder why that is not showing. How do i see that to enable.

I downloaded netbeans EE version only. please advise



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K. Tsang
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Your screen shot is showing the Java SE stuff. If that's all you got, your netbeans is surely not the Java EE bundle like you said.
 
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