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Unable to load any JVM

Hi, all

I got this error "Unable to load any JVM, exiting!!!".
Please help.

Thank you,
Zicai
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karlikaCommented:
When you did what?
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zicaiAuthor Commented:
I am using running idl2cpp.exe, from Borland's VisiBroker..
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zicaiAuthor Commented:
I am using running idl2cpp.exe, from Borland's VisiBroker..
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girionisCommented:
 Are you sure you have a VM installed?
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karlikaCommented:
You have to install a java development kit. Or, at least java runtime-environment for the console-app. But just take the latest J2SE developmentkit and you will be fine.

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.1/download.html

Marko
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zloy_ochenCommented:
I think better for u is to download only java VM(~9MB) not J2SE developmentkit(~39MB) as some suggest. And check if your path has the directory where the java/bin folder is.
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zloy_ochenCommented:
I think better for u is to download only java VM(~9MB) not J2SE developmentkit(~39MB) as some suggest. And check if your path has the directory where the java/bin folder is.
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zicaiAuthor Commented:
Hi, zloy_ochen

Yes, you are right... My environment setting didn't include
the jdk/bin in the path. What a mistake!!

Thank you all who are trying to help me!

Zicai
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