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Websphere and Powerbuilder Together!!!

Websphere and Powerbuilder Together!!!

I've run into a very strange problem...

I recently installed WebSphere Development Tools for iSeries Version 5.1 along with WebSphere Studio 3.5.3 on a Windows 2000 machine, and it worked fine.  No errors, no problems.

However, when I installed Sybase Powerbuilder 8.0.1 on the very same machine, WebSphere ceased to function!  Powerbuilder and all it's applications work fine, yet WebSphere now comes up with the error:

"WSStudio35.exe has generated errors and will be closed by Windows.  You will need to restart the program.  An error log is being created."

First of all, I cannot find the error log.  Secondly, does anyone have any idea what is going on?  I really need this to work!

Thank you in advance!

Note:  This is all done under a local administrator account with group policies disabled.

RE: Websphere and Powerbuilder Together!!!

I found the log file....  It's a stack overflow when I try to run the wsStudio35.exe ...  Is there possibly a conflict with the sharing of a particular DLL between Powerbuilder and Websphere?

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