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CALLING JAVA OBJECTS FROM COLD FUSION

Hi ,

       I have downloaded the evaluation copy of Cold Fusion Server ver 4.5 from the allaire site. I want to call a JAVA object using CFOBJECT tag. I have jdk1.2.1 installed in my system. I have specified  C:\jdk1.2.1\lib   as the java virtual machine path(contains jvm.lib) in the coldfusion administrator page. I have also specified  C:\jdk1.2.1\bin\;C:\jdk1.2.1\lib\;C:\temp as the classpath . I have stored my java class files in c:\temp. When I try to access a page that uses CFOBJECT tag I get the following error message in the browser

"The JVM library could not be found. Please check if the file specified in the ColdFusion Administrator actually exists."
        Kindly let me know how I could solve this problem.

regards,
Jayaprakash
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bigbadbCommented:
you have updated the mappings in CF to point to these files as well??
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jp_jayaprakashAuthor Commented:
I  updated the mappings for the java virtual machine path after receiving your comment but still I am getting the same error.
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meverestCommented:
does the account that the nt executive is running under have access to that file?

cheers.
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jp_jayaprakashAuthor Commented:
Hi meverest

         Thanks for suggesting a tip. I have solved the problem. Please do not mistake me for replying so late.
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Nathan Stanford SrSenior ProgrammerCommented:
You need to either accept an answer or delete this!! Thanks

I hope your still reading this...  Delete it don't accept my answer!!!!
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