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Do you have a CLASSPATH environment variable set? If so, remove it.
Thanks for your reply.
Yes, it was because the CLASSPATH at the environment set. May I ask why this problem with this? I am using the JDK 1.6.0_12 under Windows Vista (but under Windows XP it is the same).
Thank you again!
Sorry, I don't know why CLASSPATH is problematic.
I actually haven't used a CLASSPATH environment variable for almost 10 years. I think it is much better to explicitly specify the classpath for each java process started. If that is a cumbersome thing to do (e.g. because you have to add lots of jars to the classpath), you can create simple batch scripts to do that.
I'm not sure why it failed in your case, but the answer might be buried in here somewhere:
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