From: Andres Cabrera <mantaraya36@ya...> - 2004-08-30 13:46:44
Thanks for your suggestions! The problem was the batch
file. I had assumed it had been overwritten during
installation. Just replacing the old one with one in
the bin directory solved the problem.
Thanks very much, I'll let you know how things go with
> That's very strange. The error means that it can't
> find a class, but
> that jar is packaged with the installer and the .bat
> file should be set
> to use the jar correctly. Did you use the installer
> or the zip? If the
> zip, you might not have copied over your
> blue/bin/blue.bat file with a
> newer one that has a line that reference
> lib\l2fprod-common.jar. Or, if
> you did a copy, you might have left out that jar.
> On the other hand, if you did use the installer and
> everything is set
> correctly, I'm not sure what's going on. If this is
> the case, could you
> send me a copy of your blue.bat file and let me know
> where you installed
> blue (so I can check if BLUE_HOME is set correctly).
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