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Sybase Central Java Edition

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2003-12-01 14:35:33.0Z
John Posted on 2003-12-01 10:13:16.0Z
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I'm facing the problem starting Sybase Central Java Edition.
I'm using SQL Anywhere V.8.0.2 build 4251. When I start
Sybase Central Java Edition, the following message box has
displayed:
The location of shared Sybase component has not been set.
Sybase Central has not been properly installed. Would you
like to attempt to use another installed Java2 runtime
environment (version 1.2.2 is required)?
Then, I click "Yes"
Another message box displayed:
The Java2 runtime environment could be found but not loaded.
Sybase Central could not be started.

I tried installing SQL Anywhere and Java2 runtime
environment again. However, the same error still happened.

How should I fix this problem? Thanks.


Nick Elson Posted on 2003-12-01 14:35:33.0Z
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This sounds a lot like another posting where someone figured
out that DBISQL also needs to be installed for SCJView to
work. Of course that is assuming you are trying to install just
SCJVIEW.

We typically never install one client element without the others
so doing a full 'client only' install should correct for this.

<John> wrote in message news:3fcb143c.7026.846930886@sybase.com...
> I'm facing the problem starting Sybase Central Java Edition.
> I'm using SQL Anywhere V.8.0.2 build 4251. When I start
> Sybase Central Java Edition, the following message box has
> displayed:
> The location of shared Sybase component has not been set.
> Sybase Central has not been properly installed. Would you
> like to attempt to use another installed Java2 runtime
> environment (version 1.2.2 is required)?
> Then, I click "Yes"
> Another message box displayed:
> The Java2 runtime environment could be found but not loaded.
> Sybase Central could not be started.
>
> I tried installing SQL Anywhere and Java2 runtime
> environment again. However, the same error still happened.
>
> How should I fix this problem? Thanks.