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Comment from: plankscale [Visitor]
plankscale

Thanks for taking the time to post.
This little annoyance just happened to my instance of STS after upgrading to sun java 6 (on openSUSE 11.1 x86_64).
Luckily, I found your post in my first search, so I wasn’t held up long.

12/07/10 @ 19:22
Comment from: rwy [Visitor]
rwy

Thank you for your clear description and with that your help. I have searched quite a lot of time before and agree with your concern about JAVA_HOME.

24/10/10 @ 00:36
Comment from: Bharath [Visitor]  
Bharath

This happened when i updated to new jdk. Even though i changed the Environment Variables , i was not able to launch STS. It works after changing at the STS.ini file. Thank you for your information.

08/09/12 @ 11:03
Comment from: Guest [Visitor]
Guest

Was very helpful…thanks

16/12/12 @ 02:25

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