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'Javac' is not an internal or external command solutions

These days began playing with a BlackBerry,Engineering mode,Java development environment is installed on the computer,But always after the installation prompts

'javac’ Not an internal or external command balabalabala ... ...

Google ~ solution:

  1. Right-computer--> Properties-> The left side of the "advanced system settings"-> The "Advanced" tab –> Under the "environment variables"
  2. System variables,Creates a new variable named JAVA_HOME,The value of the variable c:\Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_10 (Jdk installed in a directory of your own, whichever),Then determine。
  3. System variables found inside the Path,edit,The last variable value where a semicolon (;),Plus jdk directory C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_10\bin (the same version to your own directory prevail!) ,Click OK。

There is actually a method,But I am using the above method,Another I do not write,This article is part of the referenceHere,Another method is alsoHere

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