moderated Re: JFW and Java Access Bridge
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Hi, Jaffar. I did what you said. I installed JRE64-bit. I copied the JAVA Access Bridge.dll file to my System32 directory. When I went to the commandline, and entered,
I received the same error,
'jabswitch.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
It appears that when I am in commandline mode, the jabswitch.exe file, which is located in,
is not in the path.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jaffar Sidek
Sent: Saturday, September 11, 2021 6:56 PM
Subject: Re: JFW and Java Access Bridge
Hi Vaughan. I forgot to list one more crucial step. I sent the missing procedure to Bill White but here it is in case you miss it. After you install Java, you need to navigate to your java\bin directory. This can be typically found in your C:\Program Files folder if you install Java 64Bit, or, C:\program files (X86) if you have java 32Bit installed. Here's where you have to pay particular attention.
If it is java 64Bit you have installed, copy the WindowsAccessBridge-64.dll from the Java\Jre\bin to your C:\Windos\System32 subdirectory. On the other hand, if you have java 32bit installed, then copy the WindowsAccessBridge.dll from your Java\Jre\Bin directory to your C:\Windows\SysWow64 subdirectory. After completing those steps, go to your command line and type
java -version to do an installation check, then
jabswitch.exe -enable to enable access bridge.
You might want to restart your pc to ensure the windowsAccessBridge.dll is registered to your pc before enabling accessbridge itself. Cheers and let me know how it goes.
On 12/9/2021 5:45 am, Vaughan Dodd wrote: