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Rather than run the bat file, click on the sqldeveloper\sqldeveloper\bin\sqldeveloper.exe file. It will open a console window that will stay open so you can see any other error messages. You didn't recently remove Java from your system?
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Edited by: Gary Graham on Feb 12, 2013 2:16 PM
Removed post meant for another thread. Sorry for any confusion.
Thanks Gary for the inputs.
I had been using the bat file because when I click the sqldeveloper.exe i get an error saying "MSVCR71.dll is missing ...... Try Reinstalling the program." How ever by using the bat file it used to work fine.
Regardig Java, I dont think it has been removed from my machine. More over I had downloaded the (SQL developer with JDK) version.
Since the goal is to keep your CMD console window open in order to see any displayed errors, I guess I should have said...
1. Open a CMD console window.
2. Change directory to <SQLDEV_HOME>\sqldeveloper\sqldeveloper\bin, where <SQLDEV_HOME> is the tool's install directory.
3. Next run either .\sqldeveloper.bat or .\sqldeveloper.exe from the console.
Workaround MSVCR71.dll is missing by placing a copy in <SQLDEV_HOME>\sqldeveloper\sqldeveloper\bin. If you downloaded the 32-bit version of SQL Developer with the JDK included, you can find that dll in <SQLDEV_HOME>\sqldeveloper\jdk\jre\bin.
Hopefully any additional errors you see will prove more enlightening than -Xmx640M: illegal argument, which does not really make much sense to me.