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You've built it wrong, or you've changed something since last time you ran rmic. Delete the stub .class file, re-run rmic, retry.
check whether the java path given is correct in the setJavaEn bat file.
I also got the same abstract lang error cos the java path which was given in the setJavaEn file was wrong.
I corrected the path and started the rmi again and the error disappeared.
There is no such thing as 'the Java path', and not everybody shares your choice of names for .bat files.
In short, an unhelpful post. Especially as the question had already been answered. Sixteen months ago.