All the core class
libraries that come
with the JDK1.2 are stored in a file named "rt.jar".
This file is in the "jre/lib/"
folder under the folder in which you installed your JDK1.2 (on any
So you must know the fully qualified filename for the rt.jar
file. You must also know the fully qualified filename for the XML
jar files. Here is a list jar filename for the currently crop of
|Sun Project X Technology Release 1
|IBM XML Parser for Java v2.0.4
On my system here are the
locations for these
files (on WinNT):
So my CLASSPATH is set as such:
Now, when I invoke the JVM from
my command prompt,
java -cp %CLASSPATH% DomView
You can make a batch file called
which might look like this:
java.exe -cp %CLASSPATH% %&
Now I can run my Java programs
The instructions for a Unix
system is similar,
because the JDK12 java.exe
program takes the same command line parameters on all platforms.
Please go to the tools
section to actually download the Parsers themselves.
I hope you find this information
useful. If you
wish I can have instructions for Solaris and Linux on here too, let me know.