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Sneak Preview 6.30 => J2EE does not start

Installing the 6.30 sneak preview on my WinXP (Media Edition) PC. JDK installed is 1.3.1_09. During SAP installation, I received a warning message: "Error, CJS-20024 J2EE engine JC00 of SAP system C11 didn't come up after 600 seconds: giving up". Also 'retry' did not fix this. I could 'ignore' and continue, but (as expected) then later I was not able to start the J2EE engine. .... Has anybody seen this, and would have an idea what to do?

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2003 at 06:26 PM

    Please be very careful with your Java version. As far as i remember it is 1.3.1_07 that you should use. Please switch to such version.

    Of course, the release will be much more variable concerning subversions of Java...

    Regards,

    Benny

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      Hello Lothar,

      there are known issues around jdk 1.3.1_09, you should preferably use jdk 1.3.1_07, jdk 1.3.1_08 should be fine as well. Please uninstall the complete Sneak Preview edition, then install the proper jdk and start the installation again.

      Greetings

      Karin

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2003 at 10:19 AM

    Hello Karin and Banny - that was it! THANK YOU! - Lothar

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