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I launch an executable program from a servlet with

Process proc = Runtime.getRuntime().exec("d:\\servlets\test.exe")

This exe use some dll to access a SYBASE database
(d:\Sybase\dll\...) and when i try the servlet, i get a message on the server:

the dll libcs.dll can not be found in the specified path
d:\servlets\;.;c:\winnt\system32;c:\winnt\system;c:\winnt;c:\winnt;c:\winnt\system32;

and test.exe is not executed.

There is no probleme when i launch test.exe in MS-DOS (or by double-clicking on it) or when i put test.exe in d:\sybase\dll and then try to lauch it with the servlet
but it should not stay in this directory.

d:\Sybase\dll\ is in my PATH

can somebody help me please ?

Laurent.
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The Sybase dll is not in the path used by the servlet:
d:\servlets\;.;c:\winnt\system32;c:\winnt\system;c:\winnt;c:\winnt;c:\winnt\system32;

Either add d:/sybase/dll to the path used by your servlet container, or pass a suitable environment via the exec call.
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by:mgaurav
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Give the path "d:\sybase" in the environment path, that's the least you can do.
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by:laurentj
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My servlet run with APACHE/JSERV.
I change Jserv.properties :

 wrapper.path=d:\sybase\dll

and it works !

thanks.
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by:laurentj
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My servlet run with APACHE/JSERV.
I change Jserv.properties :

 wrapper.path=d:\sybase\dll

and it works !

thanks.
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by:objects
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Good to hear :)
Thanks for the points.
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by:laurentj
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another problem :

i use

Process proc = Runtime.getRuntime().exec("d:\\servlets\test.exe \"my string     end of string\"")

and when i display the param that test.exe get :
"my string end of string" and not
"my string     end of string" (spaces are reduce to one space !)

i try with a test.bat (echo %1) and i get the same pb !

any idea ?
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