Twist Statup Issue

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    Srijayanth Sridhar

    Hello Prasanna,


    You do not need to download Eclipse separately.


    I would like to know the following things:


    1. What environment are you running on? Windows/32 bit etc


    2. Where is your Twist installed? C:\Program Files\ etc...


    3. Do you have QTP installed? I suspect this to be the issue. If so, can you tell me what environment variable your JAVA_OPTION was set to?


    Here is a reference link to a similar problem:


    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1042824/not-able-to-run-eclipse-application-cant-even-start-eclipse-ide


    Please let us know.


    Thank you,


    Jayanth

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    Unknown_User

    Hi Jayanth,


    1. I am using Window XP Professional (32 bit).


    2. Twist is installed on the following path C:\Program Files\twist


    3. Yes, I do. JAVA_OPTIONS is set to -Xrunjvmhook -Xbootclasspath/a:C:\PROGRA~1\HP\QUICKT~1\bin\JAVA_S~1\classes;C:\PROGRA~1\HP\QUICKT~1\bin\JAVA_S~1\classes\jasmine.jar


    I want both QTP & Twist to run in my machine. So can you please let me know of how to handle this.


    Thank You,


    Prasanna

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    Angshuman

    seems the other "tool" is filddling with bootstrapper classes path, by setting boot.class.path. I can't assume why, but surely this is non-standard usage and as par Java community -Xbootclasspath (transform to boot.class.path) should be rarely used. Ideally, you don't want to set such options at a global level, and should start specific application with specific arguments from its own startup script.


    You have 2 options:


    1) Disable/remove/rename the variable and see if things work. You need to keep switching.


    2) write a script (.bat) file, where you SET JAVA_OPTIONS = -Xms256m (or something else, or nothing) as first thing in the file, and launch twist exe.


    HTH


    regards

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