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jlaunch.exe Installation Problem


I am getting a memory reference error when the j2ee server is being started.

When the jcontrol.exe is initializing I get a popup with message "jlaunch.exe - Application Error" with "The instruction at "0x---- referenced memory at "0x---" and the process aborts.

Please help..this is on Win XP.



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    Posted on Oct 09, 2003 at 08:47 PM

    Hi Guru,

    what jdk Version do you use?



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    • Hi Prasad,

      the next version for download in SDN will not be here before december.

      For your problem you may have a look into the log that now should tell you what the problem is, as it should be somtehing different then the jvm.dll now. I guess now it is checking the jdk of some other version and this may have to do with your system path.

      Our system is configured to use either the JavaHome system variable or the system path. It seems because originally you got the one from winnt (and this is always the starting directory for system path) this variable isn't set in your system. Please try to set it to the delivered jdk 1.3.1_07 and try again. This should solve youre problem.

      Then please check why you have so many jvm.dll's. Some of them should 4relly be none necessary.



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