In our case it appears that the classpath is still correct, but the JVM seems to be ignoring one or more of the jar files.

Right now we're building a straight Java program to work around the issue, but it is definitely a hairpuller and we can't wait to try and troubleshoot this anymore.

It's loading the correct JVM, just seems to be igmoring one of the .jar files.

A new environment length limit perhaps ?

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I have found the environment variable JAVA_HOME is no longer needed after upgrading to V7R1. my Classpath Environment variable has not changed but my JAR and Class objects are in user created directories.





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