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Old 18th November 2019, 23:39
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tmboaserver -wrong JDK version
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Evening all,

We are undergoing a migration of LN6.1 FP5 from unix/oracle to windows/sql and the final hurdle is trying to get a tmboaserver running for our integration with Bridgelogix. Here is the config of the new windows server:

OS: Windows Server 2012 R2
LN: 6.1 FP5
Porting set: 9.3c
Java: 1.8.0_231
JAVA_HOME: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_231
CLASSPATH: C:\Program Files\SLM\java\com_baan_bclm.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\java\ow.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\java\bjvmi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\java\ow3p.jar

When attempting to run tmboaserver I get a message stating "Cannot start tmboaserver: failed to start JAVA, wrong JDK version."

I have read a number of entries that suggest this error is due to incorrect environment variables - particularly the classpath.

If I look at the windows event viewer I can see an entry that says the command below was attempted to be run. There is a huge amount of libraries included in there and I don't know where they are coming from. They seem to be a mix of windows and unix paths which obviously windows won't understand. In the same message in event viewer it states that the system cannot find the file specified.

My question is what is telling the command to include these additional libraries and where are they coming from. Editing the CLASSPATH system variable (including a restart) doesn't seem the command that is run so they must be coming from somewhere else. Could it be a file that has been copied over from unix and if so does anyone know where it would be?

Any help would be much appreciated.

'java "-Djava.class.path=D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/chartengineapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/commons-cli-1.0.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/coreapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/dataadapterapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/dteapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/engineapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/flute.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/js.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/modelapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/modelodaapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/odadesignapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/org.apache.commons.codec_1.3.0.v200706111738.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/org.eclipse.emf.common_2.2.1.v200702131851.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/org.eclipse.emf.ecore.xmi_2.2.2.v200702131851.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/org.eclipse.emf.ecore_2.2.2.v200702131851.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/org.w3c.css.sac_1.3.0.v200706111724.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\birt-runtime\ReportEngine\lib/scriptapi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/bjvmi.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/charsetfileconverter.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/itext-1.5.2.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/iText-2.1.4.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/iTextAsian.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/ow.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/ow3p.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/ssa-bml.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/thin_odm.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/xalan.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/xercesImpl.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse/java/xml-apis.jar;C:\Program Files\Baan\shared\java\com_baan_bclm.jar;C:\Program Files\SLM\java\com_baan_bclm.jar;D:\Infor\ERPLN\bse\java\ow.jar;D:\Infor\E
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You may need to define it in the Infor Manager MMC plugin. You can define environment variables under the properties of the environment.

You could also try adding it to the bse_vars file to see if that works. You would still want to add it to the Infor Manager though.

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Old 19th November 2019, 17:03
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Thanks so much Vince - that worked!!

We've been on Unix for over a decade so I didn't know you needed to define variables there as well. I've now got bus components running on our new windows vm. Just need to figure out how to licence the adapter and point the bridgelogix development environment to the new server so I can test.
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