Nways Manager for AIX will install with JDK1.1.2, JDK1.1.4, or
JDK22.214.171.124 (the newest GA version for AIX), the last available as a
ptf. If you have JDK1.1.2 installed, do lslpp -ha 'Java*'. If it
returns JDK126.96.36.199 or JRK188.8.131.52, you hve a bad build installed.
To use the Java front end, cd to /cdrom, then run install_nways (or
./install_nways) from there. You can also just use installp (smit
install) on the images in /cdrom/image. Ot works fine. DO not install
the RABM images with the other stuff, and read the tips at
Daniel Casey wrote:
> You need to have the Java Development Kit, JDK, verrsion 1.1.2 to run
> the installation.
> I attempted to install Nways with JDK 1.1.4 and it failed as well.
> Hope this helps,
> JOERG.KLEIN AT LHSYSTEMS DOT COM on 09/21/98 11:29:27
> Please respond to Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on
> NetView et alia <NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu>
> To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu
> cc: (bcc: Daniel Casey/Corporate/JBHunt)
> Subject: nways installation
> I tried to install Nways Manager 1.2 on an F40 with AIX 4.2.1. After
> starting the installation-script /cdrom/install.nways, I got the following
> Java runtime environment is at the right level
> Cannot find class Install
> The installation process aborted after that message.
> Any ideas ?
> Joerg Klein
> joerg.klein AT lhsystems DOT com