I have a set of Java Services in a DEV environment and transport the package to QA and then to PRD. If i were to create and send the release over BC Admin to the QA or PRD servers, and then try running the Java services it requests me to recompile them. Unfortunately, i cannot compile on the QA and PRD environment, since java has been 'wantedly ’ taken off the path as the admin staff here do not want any development activity to be done either on QA or PRD environments…
Could not run the service ‘blahblahblah’.
com.wm.app.b2b.server.ServiceException: [B2BSERV.0026.9102] Service ‘blahblahblah.blah.blah:blahblah’ is not operational. To run this service, first recompile the Java source.
I’m kind of confused…Is Java required to be in path to have the java services running…even though you may not want to compile? Is there anyone out there whose org has followed similar practice to get rid of JDk from the path?