Open up a command window.  In that command window, cd into the directory containing the squirrel-sql.bat file.  Then type "CMD" to start a new command shell inside the same window.  Then type squirrel-sql.bat.  That should let you see the error message.


On Fri, Apr 16, 2010 at 10:17 AM, <JIM.KIEFER@parkcenter.org> wrote:
I am still unable to get squirrel to run on my XP.  I have tried everything
that has been suggested.  I no longer get the "Could not find main class."
error.  Now I just get the cmd prompt flash on my desktop and then nothing.

Jim Kiefer
Information Systems
Park Center

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