Exe4j_java_home To Point To An Installed 32-bit

Please define EXE4J_JAVA_HOME to point to an installed 32-bit JDK or JRE or download a JRE from www.java.com. Any assistance/guidance.

Installing the JDK Software and Setting JAVAHOME If you do not already have the JDK software installed or if JAVAHOME is not set, the GlassFish ESB installation will not be successful. Motobecane moped engine. The following tasks provide the information you need to install the JDK software and set JAVAHOME on UNIX or Windows systems. To find out which JDK versions are supported for the operating system you are using, see.

Caution – The GlassFish ESB Installer does not support JDK release 1.6.004 in the 64–bit version on the Solaris SPARC or AMD 64–bit environments. To Install the JDK Software and Set JAVAHOME on a UNIX System.

Install the JDK software. Select the appropriate JDK version and click Download.

The JDK software is installed on your computer, for example, at /usr/jdk/jdk1.6.002. You can change this location. Set JAVAHOME. Korn and bash shells: export JAVAHOME = jdk-install-dir export PATH=$ JAVAHOME /bin:$PATH. Bourne shell: JAVAHOME = jdk-install-dir export JAVAHOME PATH=$ JAVAHOME /bin:$PATH export PATH. C shell: setenv JAVAHOME jdk-install-dir setenv PATH $ JAVAHOME /bin:$PATH export PATH=$ JAVAHOME /bin:$PATH. Change the permissions to enable you to run the GlassFish ESB Installer.

Chmod 755 JavaCAPS.bin To Install the JDK Software and Set JAVAHOME on a Windows System. Install the JDK software. Select the appropriate JDK software and click Download.

The JDK software is installed on your computer, for example, at C: Program Files Java jdk1.6.002. You can move the JDK software to another location if desired. Set JAVAHOME:. Right click My Computer and select Properties. On the Advanced tab, select Environment Variables, and then edit JAVAHOME to point to where the JDK software is located, for example, C: Program Files Java jdk1.6.002.

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Install error: JVM damaged?

anonymous

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When attempting to install DB Visualizer 6.0.6, I received the following error:
'The JVM found at [java.exe path] is damaged. Please reinstall or define EXE4J_JAVA_HOME to point to an installed JDK or JRE.'
According to the log, it successfully finds the Java runtime and correctly identifies the version (1.6.0_03) -- checkJavaExe returns true. The errors returned from the log are:
'ERROR: Could not get DLL-Handle.
ERROR: Could not load functions'
I set the EXE4J environment variable in my PATH, but still no luck. Before I had set this, the installer couldn't even locate the java directory (even though JAVA_HOME was properly set).
Additional info: Windows XP Pro x64 edition, 64-bit JDK 1.6.03.
I have a sneaking suspicion DBV doesn't play nice with 64-bit Windows, but I could be barking up the wrong tree.
Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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Roger Bjärevall

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
Matt,What happen if you install the installation package that include the Java VM?(There are no known issues with DbVis running on 64-bit Windows).RegardsRoger

anonymous

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
I'm having no luck downloading the bundled 64bit version of Java. The error I get from install4j Wizard is: 'The bundled JRE is corrupted. If you downloaded the setup file please download it again'Then there is a link to a log file..Any suggestions?

Roger Bjärevall

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
Jon,Are you using a 32 or 64-bit OS? Which installer did you download and install?Best RegardsRoger

anonymous

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
64 bit Windows 7.I downloaded dbvis_windows-x64_7_1_3.exe.Tried again, now I get 'Could not use bundled JRE. Please send this log file to your software vendor:'Edited by: Jon Ragnarsson on 3.11.2010 16:52

Roger Bjärevall

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
Jon,Strange error since there is no bundled JVM with the 64-bit installer.Is there a log file available as the error message say? If so post or email it to us.Best [email protected]

anonymous

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
I'm seeing the same issue. First, there is an 'install4j Wizard' message that says:'The install4j wizard could not find a Java(TM) Runtime Environment on your system. You can locate or download a suitable 64-bit JRE. (minimum version: 1.6)'If I click 'Locate', and navigate to the 64-bit Java file, an error is displayed saying:'No JVM could be found on your system. Please define EXE4J_JAVE_HOME to point to an installed 64-bit JDK or JRE or download a JRE from www.java.com. Log: C:UsersAppDataLocalTempi4j_nlog_2'The referenced file is attached.

anonymous

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?

Roger Bjärevall

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
Scott,The error is identified and is fixed in the upcoming 7.1.4 version. To fix, install 64-bit Java before installing DbVisualizer.Best RegardsRoger

Roger Bjärevall

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Re: Install error: JVM damaged?
Scott and all,Just to inform you that this has been fixed in the new 7.1.4 version.Best RegardsRoger