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Weblogic on Win 98

 
Chris Salivar
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Can Weblogic 6.0 be used on Win 98? I know that Weblogic 5.1 can.
TIA
- Chris
 
Rajesh Paleri
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Hi Chris,
Yes, you can. I am running WLS 6.0 on win98.
-Rajesh.
 
vivek bedekar
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Originally posted by Rajesh Paleri:
Hi Chris,
Rajesh can u tell me u r running with Service pack? and what r changes required for that apart from .cmd to .bat?
Yes, you can. I am running WLS 6.0 on win98.
-Rajesh.

 
Rajesh Paleri
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Hi,
Initially, I spent lot of my time in trying to figure out how to modify the .cmd to .bat files. But then, I came across this utility "win95cmd.exe" from the site http://www.neuro.gatech.edu/users/cwilson/cygutils/unversioned/consize/
(Also, you can get it from Microsoft's site)
There is no need to do the file conversion (.cmd to .bat). Just downloaded the file win95cmd.exe and when executed, it opens a DOS console for Windows 2000. I can run all my .cmd files from this console. That's it. Very nice.. is'nt it??
Hope this helps.
 
vivek bedekar
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Originally posted by Rajesh Paleri:
Hi,
Initially, I spent lot of my time in trying to figure out how to modify the .cmd to .bat files. But then, I came across this utility "win95cmd.exe" from the site http://www.neuro.gatech.edu/users/cwilson/cygutils/unversioned/consize/
thankx rajesh,
i just renamed file from .cmd to .bat and it worked well.
but another problem is while starting server , it gives error reagrding performance pack's absence. What to do in that case ,
need to down load service pack?
(Also, you can get it from Microsoft's site)
There is no need to do the file conversion (.cmd to .bat). Just downloaded the file win95cmd.exe and when executed, it opens a DOS console for Windows 2000. I can run all my .cmd files from this console. That's it. Very nice.. is'nt it??
Hope this helps.

 
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