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Its just to add tools.jar to the maven classpath, as Brett Porter commented for over a month ago. Then I selected "Run Ant...", changed to using the external copy > of the Sun 1.4.2_06 JDK, and then setting the JAVA_HOME environment > variable to "C:\Javasoft\j2sdk1.4.2_04\", and then selected "Run". Label Cloud admin (19) android (1) apache (2) arduino (1) asterisk (6) blog (1) compiz-fusion (5) database (4) desktop (17) drupal (2) eclipse (5) encode (2) firefox (3) game (2) harddrive These errors indicate that JRE was installed instead of JDK.

Talk about a totally lateral connection. My problem is that the Ant Builder included doesn't find the java executables, i.e., I cannot use the tag. I don't know if it's a problem of Eclipse(config or installation) or my Java installation.. (currently using j2sdk1.4.0 on Win98SE) Anyone knows where to configure correctly Ant in Eclipse??

Atlassian Java-Gaming.org Hi ! Featured games (90) games approved by the League of Dukes Games in Showcase (699) Games in Android Showcase (202) games submitted by our members Games 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 Not sure why my rmic is in tools.jar and yours is in J2EE.jar but variety is the spice of life. More information is available on http://www.genady.net/rmi/v16/ Some screenshots are here: http://www.genady.net/rmi/v16/screenshots/ Best Regards, Genady Beryozkin http://www.genady.net/ Jim OFlaherty wrote: > I have a project which needs to use the equivalent of

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. Why did the Bordens share their wife in the movie The Prestige? 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 http://www.opentaps.org/forum/opentaps-general-discussions/general-discussions-english/solved-unable-run-ant-run-install This >>project compiled fine when it was outside of eclipse and just running with >>an external version of Ant. >> >>However, I have now imported the project into Eclipse 3.0.1 and

Any help would be greatly appreciated. To test it I put the SUN 'RMI tutorial' code in src/main/java, and added a 'setLogger(org.apache.log4j.Logger)' to 'Hello.java' and 'HelloImpl.java', to test dependencies (it won't work in practise, but just illustrates So, I then removed the build.compiler line > which looked like this " value="org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter"/>" from the build.xml > file. rdcarvallo Senior DevvieProjects: 5Exp: 15 years 2D Java games forever!

you can find out from google or may be I'll post here later.:PThis post is about error when I run ant build target 'run-install' to load configured data. https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MANTRUN-23 Sure wish the classpath notion had worked on the arg tag as that would have contained the platform specific nature. 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. However, I have now imported the project into Eclipse 3.0.1 and am going round and round trying to figure out how to get Eclipse's Ant Builder to compile the project.

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Same error. > > 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 Do humans have an obligation to prevent animal on animal violence? rdcarvallo Senior DevvieProjects: 5Exp: 15 years 2D Java games forever! To solve the problem I'm using I didn't try the others executables (jar, javac) because I 'm using the Ant script after Eclipse's Java build.

Embed Share Copy sharable URL for this gist. opentaps is based on open source projects including Apache Tomcat, Apache Lucene, Apache Derby, JasperReports business intelligence, Pentaho BI suite, Spring framework, Hibernate, Funambol. Expected to find it in /usr/java/jre1.6.0_06/lib/tools.jar Buildfile: build.xml and BUILD FAILED /usr/local/bin/opentaps-1.0/build.xml:110: The following error occurred while executing this line: /usr/local/bin/opentaps-1.0/framework/build.xml:136: The following error occurred while executing this line: /usr/local/bin/opentaps-1.0/framework/service/build.xml:103: Cannot

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!

I would have been quite unlikely to have connected the Eclipse startup parameters to the Ant Builder error message text "Perhaps JAVA_HOME does not point to the JDK". It brings tools.jar into the plugins execution space so the 'rmic' compiler can be called from Ant's task. Inequality caused by float inaccuracy If I receive written permission to use content from a paper without citing, is it plagiarism? Building (fiji.build.SubFake) jars/weka.jar <- fiji jars/Fiji.jar ...

Jim Darin Swanson wrote: > Do you have a tools.jar on your Ant runtime classpath? > If you start Eclipse using -vm to point to a JDK install it will be 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 Is Area of a circle always irrational Does f:x mean the same thing as f(x)? Doesn't other project, especially those using > the EJB infrastructure, need it?

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. Reload to refresh your session. Advertise Here Reach key IT decision makers and developers worldwide by advertising on this site. Talk about a totally > lateral connection.

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. Well. When does “haben” push “nicht” to the end of the sentence? 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

We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. All gists GitHub Sign up for a GitHub account Sign in Create a gist now Instantly share code, notes, Post Reply Bookmark Topic Watch Topic New Topic programming forums Java Java JSRs Mobile Certification Databases Caching Books Engineering Languages Frameworks Products This Site Careers Other all forums Forum: Ant, Maven Yes it is unfortunate but the error message is coming from the Apache Ant implementation that does not know it has been imbedded in Eclipse. That is where the Ant exec task idea > was mentioned, but nothing was demonstrated regarding how to go about > using the exec task to call bin/rmic. > > It

A common solution is to set the environment variable JAVA_HOME or CLASSPATH. We do not modify the Apache Ant implementation distributed with Ant. So, I then removed the build.compiler line > which looked like this " value="org.eclipse.jdt.core.JDTCompilerAdapter"/>" from the build.xml > file. in rule (fiji.build.All) all <- fiji jars/ij.jar misc/headless.ja...

I really appreciate it. > > > Jim Report message to a moderator Re: Configuring Ant Builder to use SUN rmic... [message #193142 is a reply to message #193109] I am confused why it is not supported. >> >>Thank you for any assistance you can offer me. Then I selected "Run Ant...", changed to using the external copy of > the Sun 1.4.2_06 JDK, and then setting the JAVA_HOME environment variable > to "C:\Javasoft\j2sdk1.4.2_04\", and then selected "Run". Sign up for a free trial today and get the iPhone/iPad app,Google Android app, andChrome Gmail Extension.

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