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Hai can anybody suggest the steps to install the weblogic 5.1 in windows xp home ed.

 
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Hai
can anybody suggest the steps to install the weblogic 5.1 in windows xp home ed.

What need to be configure and set up in the classpath and path...etc..
 
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This should be in the Weblogic forum, NOT the WebSphere forum.
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Originally posted by vijaya karumanchili:
Hai
can anybody suggest the steps to install the weblogic 5.1 in windows xp home ed.
What need to be configure and set up in the classpath and path...etc..


Windows XP is not a supported platform for running WLS 5.1.
If you forsee the need for BEA Support in the future then I recommend switching OSs to Windows 2000, which is supported.
If support is not a concern then I suggest you follow the instructions for installation on Windows 2000. WLS 5.1 should run under XP. The only area that may not work is running WLS as a Windows Service.
 
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