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Problem while running go.bat file

Hi all,

Here is a problem while login into visual administrator.when i run go.bat file it is trowing an syntax error.

So,can anyone suggest me how to resolve.

As i need to active the services to run AE for Netweaver PI.

Thanks,

Kalyan.

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2008 at 02:32 PM

    Hi,

    If you are on windows the post the error what is says,

    if you are on unix then you have to run go.sh not go.bat

    Regards,

    Vamshi.

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2008 at 08:11 AM

    Dear

    Please post error message

    On unix and windows you don't need to specify the file extension

    In dos: go

    In unix: ./go

    What could be wrong is that you have not set the display environment variable:

    Using windows --> start --> run --> type 'cmd' and enter (the brackets ' ' are not be typed)

    Next type 'ipconfig' and enter

    This will show you details on your ip address, copy your local ip adress

    In dos for example: set DISPLAY=172.14.23.194:0.0

    In unix: setenv DISPLAY 172.14.23.194:0.0 OR export DISPLAY=172.14.23.194:0.0 depending on shell type

    If it's on unix, it is very likely that you also need software on your frontend pc to connect to the xwindow (for example reflection x)

    Kind regards

    Tom

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