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CMS-XML Dim 10: DMPMCLI returns JAVA_HOME is not defined
Dim 10: DMPMCLI returns JAVA_HOME is not defined
CMS-XML Release agent status connected and agent log shows Java_home is set to an invalid directory
Release agent status connected and agent log shows Java_home is set to an invalid directory
CMS-XML Dim cm : dmpmcli returns the error "The JAVA_HOME environment variable is not defined" on Windows OS
Dim cm : dmpmcli returns the error "The JAVA_HOME environment variable is not defined" on Windows OS
CMS-XML VM: PVCS Version Manager WebDAV Server fails to launch due to a JAVA_HOME environment variable being set.
VM: PVCS Version Manager WebDAV Server fails to launch due to a JAVA_HOME environment variable being set.
MS-WORD build_a_java_code.doc
For any Build to work successfully your build environment needs to be setup correctly. In this case we will be building a java project which will require the JAVA_HOME variable to be setup correctly.
CMS-XML DIM2009R1: Reported Defect: dmpmcli.cmd needs to be updated to point to a valid JAVA_HOME
DIM2009R1: Reported Defect: dmpmcli.cmd needs to be updated to point to a valid JAVA_HOME
PDF Microsoft Word - build_a_java_code.doc
For any Build to work successfully your build environment needs to be setup correctly. In this case we will be building a java project which will require the JAVA_HOME variable to be setup correctly. To add the JAVA_HOME system environment variable do the following.
CMS-XML KM-Build6: Build 6.3.1 error Prohibited Package Name: java.lang when building java war projects
Make sure that JAVA_HOME environment variable is set to a Java SDK installation and not a Java JRE installation. Make sure that JAVA_HOME\bin is in the system PATH env variable (if there is more than one java installation - make sure that the JAVA_HOME\bin of the SDK is at the front of of the PATH)
CMS-XML VM INET: JRE WAS NOT FOUND IN "Some_Directory_Specified_Here"
Unset the JAVA_HOME environment variable for the userid that is used to run 'pvcsstart' or 'pvcsstop'. The current value conflicts with the location of jre that gets installed with VM Server.
CMS-XML Problem: VMINET: JWS cannot handle environment variables with quoted strings.
For example, using the following setting will cause trouble for the startup scripts found in $SERVER_HOME/bin: JAVA_HOME =C:"\PROGRAM FILES\JAVA" The affected variables are PATH
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