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Unable to get JDK path

Unable to get JDK path

Unable to get JDK path

(OP)

 Hi

 I have installed eGate 4.5.2 on my windows 2000 machine.
 Everything is working fine except the Standard ETD wizard,
 which is used to create Java ETD. It gives the error -
 Unable to get JDK path.

 After going through the wizard's steps namely giving root
 node name, package name etc. , at the Finish point it
 gives me the error "Unable to get JDK path" .

 I am using JRE 1.3.1 and j2sdkee1.3.1(i,e java 2 sdk
 enterprise edition). I have done the all the path settings
 of JDK as per the documentation(i,e prepending to path etc.).

 Ideally I wanted to try with j2sdk1.3 not the enterprise edition but j2sdk1.3 available at the suns site is currupted
which I found after downloading it.
 
 Can anybody shed some light ?

 Thanks in Advance,

 Prashant

  
 

RE: Unable to get JDK path

(OP)

 Its very simply actually. I was not having proper version
 of jdk thats why I was getting this error.
 JDK required for this is j2sdk1.3.1_02 or j2sdk1.3.1_03.
 Remember even if you have j2sdk1.4 or any even
 j2sdkee1.3 it wont work .

 


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