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Registered: Sep 2003
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I already installed CocoBase using the java command. When I want to run CocoAdmin, I get this message:

CocoBase Home set to c:\thought\cocobase4
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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: ConvFormat
Starting CocoAdmin Enterprise Admin tool for JDK1.2.2 or newer
Permanent modification of login/url information can be done in
the resources/ file.
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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/thought/CocoAdmin

09-17-2003 10:44 AM
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Registered: Apr 2001
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This usually implies you have a space or other encoding in your classpath that is somehow confusing the CocoAdmin script.

One thing you should consider doing is to either use the 'windows' name for your directory which you can obtain with "dir /x". So for instance if you install a database in "c:\program files\mydatabase" most likely this encodes to "c:\PROGRA~1\mydata~1\"

The other thing you can do is set your classpath to just the minimum jdbc settings before launching cocoadmin such as:

set CLASSPATH=c:\oracle\jdbc\;.

And finally if you echo your CLASSPATH and copy and paste the setting and email to us at the account maybe we can help you determine what's wrong specifically with the classpath settings that is confusing the cocoadmin.bat script.

Does that help?


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