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try thi way as well....
I had the same problem as you described.
What I did was to set the JAVA_HOME to the Fusion Middleware JDK 1.6.18 and also set the PATH variable to the bin directory of that JDK. So I ran the following commands (my installation is on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 R4):
$ export JAVA_HOME=/opt/fmw11g/jdk160_18
(No forward slash at the end)
$ export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH
Verify your JVM is in fact pointing to the path specified above by issuing the command:
$ which java
Then you run the command to create the wlfullclient.jar inside the wlserver10.3/server/lib directory, in my case this is as follows:
$ java -jar /opt/fmw11g/modules/com.bea.core.jarbuilder_184.108.40.206.jar
Hope this helps.
Oracle A-Team Solutions Architects
I am so grateful to you for the JAVA_HOME trick :)
1) Go to WL_SERVER_HOME/common/bin
Use commEnv.sh /commEnv.cmd to set the environment.
2) Go to WL_SERVER__HOME/server/lib
for JDK 1.6
java -jar wljarbuilder.jar
for JDK 1.5
java -jar wljarbuilder.jar -profile wlfullclient5
Now wlfullclient.jar is created in WL_SERVER__HOME/server/lib
Thanks & Regards,
Great solution, worked like a charm. Thanks for it!