Subject:Java EE 5 SDK vs. Java 2 SDK SE Author:Matthew Fadoul Date:08 Nov 2007 04:16 PM
I'm having trouble compiling Java code inside Stylus Studio. I've got Java EE SDK installed (I thought that this is the "best" version of Java), but when I try to compile Java code inside SS (e.g. XQuery or Web Service Call), then I get the following error:
[quote]You need to install Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition in order to compile Java sources.[/quote]
BTW, My Java Virtual Machine (as reported by Stylus Studio):
1.6.0_03-b05 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM Sun Microsystems Inc.
debug mode port:8000
So my questions:
1) Should Java EE work just as well as Java SE, in terms of integration with Stylus Studio?
2) Is there any FAQ/installation doc page for insuring that my Java SDK is ready to work with SS? (While Java works on the DOS command prompt, maybe I don't have all my environment variables set?)
Subject:Java EE 5 SDK vs. Java 2 SDK SE Author:(Deleted User) Date:09 Nov 2007 08:14 AM
Stylus Studio is designed (and tested) to work with the J2SE, not the J2EE. If you require to use the J2EE you will have to insert the proper registry keys to publish your specific version (e.g. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Development Kit\1.xx)