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Dean, welcome to the JBoss community!
You need to download the JDK, not the JRE. The JDK has the tools.jar. (Note that the JDK installs both a JDK and a JRE, make sure you set JAVA_HOME to the JDK installation!)
This suggestion worked for me.
Thank You for your advice.
I am continuing to try to install jbmp and I am having a few issues.
I have followed the instructions in the user manual:
The step that I am having some trouble is with installing the installer...
I have downloaded the installer from the recommended site:
I then use the WinZip wizard to "Unzip or install from "jbpm-5.2.0.Final-installer-full.zip".
I select the following folder to unzip the files:
Winzip installs the files, but I don't think it is unzipping all the files properly...
After I do the install I take the next step which is to run "ant start.demo".
This fails when it gets to start jboss. It cannot find a file in this folder:
It turns out that the zip file for "jboss-as-7.0.2.Final' did not get unzipped but got placed into the following folder:
So then I have to run winzip again to install the "jboss-as-7.0.2.Final' under the following folder:
Then after I did that I try running "ant start.demo" and it gets further along.
But then it cannot find files under the following folder:
So then I looked for an eclipse zip file under the lib folder but I could not find one.
So I went to the eclipse download site and downloaded eclipse, then installed it here:
Then after I installed eclipse the "ant start.demo" gets further and opens eclipse.
But then it gets stuck again trying to find another item that was not properly installed.
I can continue trying to figure out why it is getting stuck and installing parts on my own, but I am thinking there is an easier way.
I must have done something wrong with the original install procedure with winzip...However I cannot see any options in winzip to unzip zip files within the zip file...
I am also thinking that "ant start.demo" is trying to go out to th e internet and download packages like eclipse. I think it is failing to get out the the internet.
Maybe I have some type of proxy settings incorrect, stopping "ant start.demo" from downloading eclipse...
What things can I do to make the install complete successfully so that "ant start.demo" can run without errors?