You don’t need to install my program. All you need to do is copy QueueView.jar to
directory, set classpath and run using java.exe
Since you can find java at c:\wment41\java\bin,
I guess following command may work for you.
C:\wment41\jvm\win.sun13\jre\bin\java -cp “C:\wment41\lib\client.jar;C:\wment41\jvm\win.sun13\jre\lib\rt.jar;D:\webMethods MTM\Scripts\QueueView\QueueView.jar” QueueView
since there are compatiility problems with the way JTree is implemented in various jvms(I got a mail that it doesn’t work with JVM supplied by IBM)
I have used jvm supplied by webMethods as standard for my testing.
If you have accepted defaults during wM installation, you can find it in C:\wment41\jvm\win.sun13\jre\bin\java
I request all of you to use this.
Please use this thread for further inquiries in QueueView.
I came across your QueueView program on webMethods User Community
would like to test it out against our Version 4.0.4 061902 ES Broker.
you have any documentation for the install of this program. Thanks.
I tried to run the following but I’m not able to find the rt.jar and
client.jar in the zip files (636QueueView.jar.zip and
I know I need to run this from the webMethods install directory…
D:\webMethods MTM\Scripts\QueueView>c:\wment41\java\bin\java.exe -cp
Exception in thread “main” java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
java -cp QueueView.jar;rt.jar;client.jar QueueView
rt.jar has all the java and swing core classes
client.jar has all the client api.
Richard D. Striedl