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idl2java doesn't works

idl2java doesn't works

idl2java doesn't works

(OP)
Hi there,

I just installed Visibroker to Java from Inprise for Windows NT. I had already jdk1.3.1 installed in the machine. I'm tryng to run the example  bank_agent but it shows the following message error:

c:\vbroker\examples\basic\bank_agent\idl2java Bank.idl
Unable to initialize threads:cannot find class java/lang/Thread
could not create JVM

I tried to configure my classpath but iy didn't work.
Can someone help me?
Thanks in advance,

Nei

RE: idl2java doesn't works

I solved this reinstalling visibroker.

RE: idl2java doesn't works

Hello neisan,
Well i also faced the same problem. Its basically issue with the setting the correct PATH and CLASSPATH. If you get this error, set ur path like
set PATH=c:\jdk1.3.1\bin;%PATH% ---> jdk1.3.1 is installed in c drive, Win NT.

I hope it will solve ur problem.

All the best!!!

Rajesh V

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