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    Default JGrasp cant find java?

    Its not able to read my java or anything Im using Jgrasp too heres what I get.

    ----jGRASP exec: java Translate

    ----jGRASP wedge2 error: command "java" not found.
    ---- This command must be in the current working directory
    ---- or on the current PATH to use this function.
    ---- PATH is ";;C:\Users\maskanio\Desktop\javaTest;C:\Progr am Files\jEdit;C:\Program Files (x86)\Nmap".
    ----jGRASP: operation complete.

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    Default Re: JGrasp cant find java?

    Somewhere in jGrasp options or preferences you need add the location of where you have Java install so it knows where to find it.

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    Default Re: JGrasp cant find java?

    What do you mean I got an error saying javac couldnt be found now

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    Default Re: JGrasp cant find java?

    I do not use jGrasp so I am not familiar with it. Perhaps you should read a FAQ if the jGrasp website has one. Or find a jGrasp forum. But what I said above is basically the answer. You must find where in the options you need to enter the location of where Java is installed on your computer.

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    Default Re: JGrasp cant find java?

    Quote Originally Posted by maskanio View Post
    Its not able to read my java or anything Im using Jgrasp too heres what I get.

    ----jGRASP exec: java Translate

    ----jGRASP wedge2 error: command "java" not found.
    ---- This command must be in the current working directory
    ---- or on the current PATH to use this function.
    ---- PATH is ";;C:\Users\maskanio\Desktop\javaTest;C:\Progr am Files\jEdit;C:\Program Files (x86)\Nmap".
    ----jGRASP: operation complete.
    If you started jGRASP in the normal way using the start menu or desktop shortcut, it should find the Java bin directory and it would be automatically added to the start of the path for Java compile, run, etc.

    If you started it by double clicking the jgrasp.jar file, this will not happen (and some other good stuff won't happen either).

    Either way, you can go to "Settings" / "PATH/CLASSPATH" / "Workspace" then add the Java bin directory using the "PATHS" tab.

    If you are starting from the start menu or desktop shortcut and it isn't working, use "Help" / "Report a Bug" to send a bug report. That will send some information about Java paths etc. that might shed some light on the problem.

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