I was studying about "Business Services" in the 9.1 version of JDE, running in a Windows 7 machine.
When I tried to do this in a Windows XP machine (with JDE 9.0), the JDE call the JDeveloper to create a Business Service, but now, it do not work.
The folder of the JDeveloper is C:\Oracle\Middleware\jdeveloper, but when I click to invoke the JDeveloper, it shows me this: http://s15.postimage.org/5e1gb7gzd/Jdev_erro_1.jpg
Then I was thinking that de JDE was not able to access the C:/ partition, and the I installed another version of JDeveloper in C:\Users\Fernando\Desktop\jdevstudio10135, but now another error appear: http://s16.postimage.org/lqkosds2d/Jdev_erro_2.jpg
Someone can help me?
I'm confused by your posting. What version of Jdev are you using? Please view the MTR for BSSV to make sure you are using the correct version
Also, please refer to our Master document which explains how to setup and configure BSSV
From there choose the link to the Application server you are installing BSSV server to - that will determine which version of JDev you use and what the jde.ini file should look like.
This links do not open here, this link me to a search site of oracle.
I'm using the 126.96.36.199.0 version of Jdev, and actually my jde.ini file is likes this
Don't now why this is not working... The JDE do not invoke de JDev, and the error screen do not point causes to the error, like the first image... bizarre!
the jde.ini file should look like this if you are using JDev 188.8.131.52
JDeveloperVersion=11.1.1 <<< this needs to be set as 11.1.1
JDeveloperInstallPath=C:\Oracle\Middleware <<<< do not include the jdeveloper directory - the system should be able to locate it.
If you have access to http://support.oracle.com then you should be able to locate the following documents by ID
This is not working!
I can't access this site. I do not have one "Support Identifier", and no one here in the company have this access, only the directors, and they aren't here.
You can send me the docs from the site?