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I myself don't have any problem in installing ivj at my Windows NT workstation. I understand the installation of ivj is quite straightforward.
Few people got into the trouble that you are experiencing.
Here is a story for you. If you tried to install Oracle at Windows but failed at the first try, you would never succeed unless you format your machine. Why? The first installation left some misleading records in the windows registry and your following installation would follow the wrong track again. Of course, some experts can clean up the windows registry but I have not yet met such an expert in my programmer carrer.
I am not sure whether your problem is as persistent as that of the Oracle installation.
Since you are using downloaded version, I don't think you are using it at a company. There are some many free IDEs.... I suggest you forget about that vaj and download a forte for java from Sun's site or Jbuilder from Borland. If you want to learn J2ee, you may download a J2EE IDE
package from Sun---- this package works with Forte for Java and offers you opportunities to play J2EE. Actually, all the IDEs are similar.
I think you need to get help from people around you. If you live in Toronto,
you had better contact Eglinton. I don't think you can get pertinent help
by posting your questions repeatedly. If your problem is easy to pin down, many people would have contributed.
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