• Windows 7 compatibility

    By Diego F Cichello 8 years ago

     

    Hi Sami, how are you?</div>
    
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    Well man, I&#39;m trying to develop a software using Notes Cli to send some e-mails but I&#39;m find some problems runnning it on Windows 7. Is there any thing I need to change on notescli.cmd to make it runnable on Windows 7? Or any other particularity that doesnt have in the Win XP version that I need to do to run it on Win 7? If I use exactly the same .jar file with the Windows XP Mode of Win 7, it works fine.</div>
    
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    Well just a question, please answer me if you have a chance.</div>
    
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    See yaHi Sami, how are you?
    
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    Well man, I&#39;m trying to develop a software using Notes Cli to send some e-mails but I&#39;m find some problems runnning it on Windows 7. Is there any thing I need to change on notescli.cmd to make it runnable on Windows 7? Or any other particularity that doesnt have in the Win XP version that I need to do to run it on Win 7? If I use exactly the same .jar file with the Windows XP Mode of Win 7, it works fine.
    
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    Well just a question, please answer me if you have a chance.
    
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    See ya
    
    • Windows 7

      By Sami Salkosuo 8 years ago

      Do you get any error messages? I don't have Windows 7 so I can't test it.

      My guess is that Win7 handles batch files differently than WinXP so there may be need to change something in the batch file. Anyone else has experiences with Win7?
       

      • Response: More Windows 7 information

        By Diego F Cichello 8 years ago

        Hi Sami,

         

        well I have tested with 2 different version of it. Using Notes Cli 3.4.1 when I run the notescli.cmd the Command Line is prompted but I can't use any command on it, everything I try to type there just redirect me to the default mensage. When I test with the newest CLENotes it gives that UnsatisfiedLinkError, but instead of saying that nlsxbe.dll can not be found it says it is not a valid Win32 application. My e-mail is diegofc@br.ibm.com if you want some more information as screenshots or a faster way to talk I'd love to help you guy solve this.

        • Win7 Compatibility

          By Bill Talamo 8 years ago

          hi Diego, I'm assuming you fixed this by now but just in case.  I had this issue as well. My Win7 came with both 32bit and 64bit JRE. I just modified the PATH variable to default to the 32bit JRE to get around this