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    Exclamation why my JCreator can't compile even if I have the JDK???

    I alredy instaled JCreator in a laptop, in my lap the JCreator worked very well but i sold that old comp to buy a new one, my comp is a desktop now and this comp has windows vista but when I instaled the JCreator and the JDK too i though it will get working but when I tried to compile even the most simple program well...JCreator doesen't want to compile why's that nd wht can I do??? its urgently plz i need help

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    Did you forget the doc's maybe?
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    well let me explain myself better when i compile it opens a window and that window says THE JDK HOME PAHT HAS NOT BEEN SET but i do that again and again and still doesn't work

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    When ever you first run JCreator it asks you to specify the JDK, and the doc files. Maybe you did not specify the doc path.

    if i were you i wold download the Java doc, and JDK, and put them both in one folder, then reinstall JCreator, and try again.

    Hope this helps
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    thnx a lot linux1man but it doesnt work i tried...do u has any other ideas :(

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    i guess the only option left is to check if it has something to do with the JDK, or the editor itself. try installing "netbeans" editor (made by sun) if it works, then it's something with JCreator, else its the JDK
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    I don't exactly understand what you mean?
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    get ECLIPSE !!!
    dont worry newbie, we got you covered.

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    aiacos88, what you have to do in JCreator is click on Tools,Options and then click on JDK Profiles. Then you simply give the path to the JDK on your machine. I have been using JCreator for a 3 years or so and I think it's brilliant.

    Best of luck.

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