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Installshield and Solaris

I am using installshield image to install and I get this error when I run the setup.bin:
Error ./setup.bin   /usr/bin/sparcv9/bin:  not found
I cannot locate where in my multiplatform installshield build where it defines this dir structure nor do I call this.  Does anyone know how to change this?  Is it built into the JVM that I am using?  or  is there a option to change this in Installshield?   Thanks.
 
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yuzhCommented:

You might need to set JAVAHOME, before running the script.
Please have a look at the following link to see if you can fix it:
http://community.installshield.com/showthread.php?t=169090 
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Brian UtterbackPrinciple Software EngineerCommented:
You said that your installshield build is multiplatform? Since the path " /usr/bin/sparcv9/bin" is not found, and it is in every
sparc version of Solaris, it sounds as if the installshield thinks it is running in a sparc while it is installing into an x86 file
system.
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craigsodellAuthor Commented:
Hello Blu... this is a sparc machine, and I think that the JVM that is being bundled with my installer has /usr/bin/sparcv9/java defined in it.  I'm not sure how ot change that to just /usr/bin/java.  
 
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Brian UtterbackPrinciple Software EngineerCommented:
So, you are installing a JVM with your application? Or is your application expecting to find a JVM and it is looking in the wrong place?
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craigsodellAuthor Commented:
I am bundling a jvm with my installshield project.  I found my issue. something in the artical that Yuhz told me to go read.  
http://community.installshield.com/showthread.php?t=169090  In this artical i read that this person had 64 bit JVM in their search and so did I.  Once I removed these from my search the install ran and completed without any issues.   Thanks for all your time invested.    
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yuzhCommented:
case close, or need more help?
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craigsodellAuthor Commented:
Case closed...   Thanks..
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