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parsing xml document using cold fusion

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I want to set the JVM and Java Settings in the cold fusion admistrator.
I would like to know the values that I should give in all the text fields under JVM and Java Settings. Actually I am doing all these stuff to parse an XML document using CFML.
The CFadministrator asked to input the following:
Specify any standard JVM initialization options as name-value pairs separated by space(s):
java.lang.Compiler=NONE java.security.manager=java.rmi.RMISecurityManager

Since i am not sure what its saying, i tried giving the following
java.lang.Compiler=NONE java.security.manager=java.rmi.RMISecurityManager
It gave the following error.
Unhandled System exception !
Failed to create JavaVM. JNI_CreateJavaVM returned error code JNI_ERR (this may indicate an unrecognized option string)

What i am trying to do is parse the xml document. What are the initilisation parameters needed here?
Thanks in advance.
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For ColdFusion 5.0 settings:
just fill the following fields:

Java Virtual Machine Path:
C:\Program Files\JavaSoft\JRE\1.3.1\bin\hotspot
or the path of your jvm.dll
Class Path:
C:\CFUSION\Java\classes (if you are developing your java classes in C:\CFUSION\Java\classes folder or give your own path
CFX Jar Path:
or you can give your path of cfx.jar

Dynamic Class Load Path:
or/and give the path of other .jar files you are using with your java classes or path with ;

You can view a code example also at
Hoping this will help you
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