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    hi all,
    i have installed JDK 6u11....
    and later when i try to run eclipse .exe i get an error that says:
    No jre,jdk,jvm found :confused:

    can anyone help me out with this.

    thanks a lot!

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    i think u need to update the eclipse version . now ur using which version of eclipse.if ur using 3.2 mean. follow this VE 1.1.0.1 with Eclipse 3.1.2 has become a little complicated because of some Eclipse update site restructuring that has taken place. Because of this here are the instructions for VE 1.1.0.1:

    Install Eclipse SDK 3.1.2 SDK. Download the appropriate zip file for your system.
    Unzip into a clean directory
    Run the eclipse.exe out of the eclipse directory and select/create a workspace
    Do Help->Software Updates->Find and Install...
    Select the Search for New features to install... and hit the Next button
    Click on New Remote Site... button, and add this site (name it VE):
    ://update.eclipse.org/tools/ve/updates/1.0
    Click on New Remote Site... button, and add this site (name it EMF):
    ://update.eclipse.org/tools/emf/updates
    Click on New Remote Site... button, and add this site (name it Old Eclipse):
    ://update.eclipse.org/updates/3.0
    Select VE, EMF, and Old Eclipse, and Hit Finish
    Select the mirrors to use as they are asked for
    Expand the tree VE->VE->Visual Editor SDK 1.1.0.1, and hit the checkbox on it
    Expand EMF tree, EMF->EMF SDK 2.1.2->EMF SDK 2.1.2 and hit the checkbox on it
    Expand Old Eclipse->GEF 3.1.1->Graphical Editing Framework 3.1.1 and hit the checkbox on it
    Hit Next, accept the licences, hit Next, hit Finish



    if ur using 3.4 mean.


    use update.soyatec.org/Ganymede/ve/1.4

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    Don't reinstall Eclipse!

    In Preferences, go to Java.Installed JRE's. Add the new Java installation there.

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