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As for your problem, you should not be running run.conf.bat. Instead, open a command prompt, go to the bin folder from the command prompt and run the run.bat file. Before doing that make sure you have set JAVA_HOME to correctly point to the JDK installation.
Thanks Jaikiran for such a prompt reply.I will take care of teh font in future.
JAVA_HOME is using JRE6 and is correctly setup : JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6 (the server was running successfully till yesterday)
The screenshot above is not that clear :
the contents of the window are :
JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6
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You should use a JAVA path without white spaces, this will often bring trouble, also a JDK instead of JRE.
Could you delete the line '@echo off' from the run.bat and post the results if you starting.
Please do not use a sreenshot, attach the console output as textfile.
Thanks guys. The problem was very trivial. It was with JAVA_HOME path. I corrected it and it went fine.