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JAVA version problem on Solaris

Hi all,

we r installing sap ECC sr3 with ABAPJAVAEP+EPCore DB oracle OS Solaris 5.10 on X86 64bit, but during installation it ask for JDK directory , in this Directory two version of Java are already instaalted j2sdk1.4.2_16 & jdk1.5.0_17. we have also installed an other version of Java in this Directory j2sdk1.4.2_24.

but this accepting only jdk1.5.0_17. when we continue with this version then a messege box appear

The JDK installed in directory /usr/jdk/instances/jdk1.5.0 has version 1.5.0_17. The SAP software is validated for versions less then 1.5.0_00 only.
You can use a JDK with version 1.5.0_00 or higher at your own risk. SAP recommends that you use a JDK with a minimum version 1.4.2_09 but lower than version 1.5.0_00.
You can select a different JDK by choosing Ok. If you want to go on with this JDK, choose Cancel.

plz guide how we will resolve that issue

Regards

Imran

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  • Dec 09, 2009 at 10:40 AM

    > we r installing sap ECC sr3 with ABAPJAVAEP+EPCore DB oracle OS Solaris 5.10 on X86 64bit, but during installation it ask for JDK directory , in this Directory two version of Java are already instaalted j2sdk1.4.2_16 & jdk1.5.0_17. we have also installed an other version of Java in this Directory j2sdk1.4.2_24.

    Usually you have one directory per JAVA_HOME.

    You have to point to the 1.4.2_24 one, 1.5 is not supported.

    And it's not recommended to install combined ABAP + Java instances any more.

    Markus

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Can you please tell me how did you resolve this error.

      Error occurred during initialization of VM

      java/lang/NoClassDefFoundError: java/lang/Object

      I have got the same error after installing the java1.4.2_24 in solaris x64.

      i would really appreciate if u could help me in this.

      Thanks in advance

      Prakash