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Ads by Project Wonderful! Perhaps JAVA_HOME does not point to the JDK". Activity Ascending order - Click to sort in descending order All Comments Work Log History Activity Transitions Hide Permalink Rohnny Moland added a comment - 27/Oct/05 14:17 Seems like the antrun Doesn't other project, especially those using >>the EJB infrastructure, need it? http://homeshareware.com/cannot-use/cannot-use-sun-rmic.html

Hope this helps ! A common solution is toset the environment variable JAVA_HOME or CLASSPATH."Below is a snippet from my pom.xml file.... maven-antrun-plugin sun tools 1.0 system ${java.home}/../lib/tools.jar I have spent the last hour searching Google to see if there was some other way to go about solving the problem. I then got this error "BUILD FAILED: > C:\Data\Projects\ew_fogel\PureProcessingNodeServer\build.xml :23: > Unable to find a javac compiler; > com.sun.tools.javac.Main is not on the classpath. > Perhaps JAVA_HOME does not point to You signed out in another tab or window.

opentaps CRM2 opentaps CRM2 brings together your emails, tweets, discussions, and tasks directly with your orders and invoices without any software to install. java ant rmic share|improve this question asked Jul 31 '14 at 13:11 sers 11217 "What can I do to circumvent this error?" - don't use rmic! Now I am off to upgrade my SDK to 1.4.2_06. By pnix at 9:10 PM Labels: eclipse, java, ofbiz 1 comments: Anonymous said...

I am confused why it is not > supported. > > Thank you for any assistance you can offer me. It is my understanding that someone knows how to get the Ant "exec" task to work so that *it* will call rmic and then things will work. HTH Darins "Jim OFlaherty" wrote in message news:csfjud$cs7$1@www.eclipse.org... >I have a project which needs to use the equivalent of Sun's bin/rmic within >Ant to generate some classes for a subsystem Rob Grzywinski Junior Devvie Reality Interactive Re: Eclipse and Ant « Reply #7 - Posted 2003-08-13 13:52:57 » I don't suppose that you looked at the Eclipse newsgroups.

A common solution is to set the environment variable JAVA_HOME or CLASSPATH.Total time: 8 seconds I solve this by browse to Window->Preferences->Ant->Runtime then highlight on 'Global Entries', click 'Add Externals JARs' https://groups.google.com/d/topic/borland.public.jbuilder.compiler/dKPTfZMcly8 Graham VMead Ranch Hand Posts: 154 posted 13 years ago Oh yes Mr Hewy I have, and it is. A common solution is to > set the environment variable JAVA_HOME or CLASSPATH.". > > I then discovered you cannot set an environment variable when using > the Eclipse internal compiler. Before I >>go do the research to figure out how to do that, is it even a good idea? >> >>I have spent the last hour searching Google to see if

Well. Any help would be greatly appreciated. rdcarvallo Senior DevvieProjects: 5Exp: 15 years 2D Java games forever! to execute 3rd party code), add those dependencies to the PLUGIN dependencies - they have nothing to contribute to your projects code, they're just used for building. 4.0.0 testing

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Check 'em out! Mojomonkey Senior Devvie ooh ooh eee eeee Re: Eclipse and Ant « Reply #3 - Posted 2003-07-20 21:54:36 » Go to window-> preferences. Reload to refresh your session. Also, the use of the semicolon in the -classpath option in the exec Ant task is Windows specific. Dave Hewy Ranch Hand Posts: 93 posted 13 years ago It is a classpath problem - this link may help you with what;s actually going on...

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My problem is that the Ant Builder included doesn't find the java executables, i.e., I cannot use the tag. Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. It isn't needed for Java 6, RMI can work perfectly well without the stubs that rmic generates unless you have clients running Java 1.4 or earlier (and then you have other Jim Jim OFlaherty wrote: > I have a project which needs to use the equivalent of Sun's bin/rmic > within Ant to generate some classes for a subsystem depending upon RMI.

The eclipse preference "Installed JREs" defaults to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_37 The project property "java.home" is set to "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_37" (see above) The description of the rmic task in the build file looks tortoise Junior Devvie <3 Shmups Re: Eclipse and Ant « Reply #1 - Posted 2003-07-20 14:34:43 » what happens when you open a dos prompt and type "echo %JAVA_HOME%"?If nothing, open read more Newsletter Stay informed on our latest news! What can I do to circumvent this error?

Already have an account? Converting the weight of a potato into a letter grade Why is this C++ code faster than my hand-written assembly for testing the Collatz conjecture? It's a class called Main not rmic as you seem to suggest in your last memo. :roll: Post Reply Bookmark Topic Watch Topic New Topic Similar Threads i need rmi http://codefeed.com/clover/report-current/org/apache/tools/ant/taskdefs/rmic/SunRmic.html It cannot find the class "sun.rmi.rmic.Main" - this should be in your J2EE.JAR - add that to the classpath.

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Show Rohnny Moland added a comment - 12/Dec/05 07:17 Yes, I know. Show Rohnny Moland added a comment - 27/Oct/05 14:17 Seems like the antrun plugin cant see the jdk but instead uses the jre, even if java home is pointing at the Terms of Use skip to main | skip to sidebar Linux & Java tips tips trick howto tutorial news about linux, java,android,liverpool?? Never tried eclipses own ant.

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