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From Sunitha Kambhampati <ksunitha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problems with building Derby
Date Thu, 07 Apr 2005 13:32:33 GMT
In my case, I have had to put my ant.properties in  C:\Documents and 
Settings\Administrator  for it to work.
Putting in %home% didnt seem to work. (not sure why).


David Van Couvering wrote:

> Yes, I got this problem too, and it took me most of a day to figure it 
> out.
> Are you on XP?  If so, make sure in your ant.properties file you 
> escape the colons and the backslashes, e.g. C\:\\my\\directory\\to\\files
> That said, this has worked for others, but it didn't do squat for me. 
> What I finally had to do was to move (or copy) the JDK 1.4 and JDK 1.3 
> folders to <derby_root>/jdk141 and <derby_root>/jdk141.  After much 
> painful inspecting of the build scripts I determined this was the 
> default location the scripts were using and no matter how hard I tried 
> I couldn't get the scripts to listen to me and look elsewhere.
> Once I did this the build worked like a charm.
> David
> Arunanthisivam Vimalathithen wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I seem to be having problems building Derby. I am getting the error 
>> "java.lang not found in classpath or bootclassPath" I looked around 
>> the archive and tried different versions of servlet.jars as indicated 
>> there, but still there was no success.
>> I also tried it with the developer\trunk branch which comes with 
>> geronimo-spec-servlet-2.4-rc4.jar and other related jars, but the 
>> same problem persists. Where am I going wrong?. If it is related to a 
>> different version of servlet.jar could someone point me where I can 
>> get the corect version.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Arun.
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