When working with lh commands, you must be aware of the following notes:
To view the command usage help, type lh without any arguments.
When setting the path environment variables for the lh command,
Set JAVA_HOME location to the JRE directory that contains a bin directory with the Java executable. This location differs depending on your installation.
If you have a standard JRE from Oracle (without the JDK), a typical directory location is C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_14 (or similar). This directory contains the bin directory with the Java executable. In this case, set JAVA_HOME to C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_14.
A full JDK installation has more than one Java executable. In this case, set JAVA_HOME to the embedded jre directory, which contains the correct bin/java.exe file. For a typical installation, set JAVA_HOME to C:\java\jdk1.5.0_14\jre.
Set the WSHOME variable to the Waveset installation directory, as follows:
For example, to set the variable to the default installation directory, type:
set WSHOME=C:\Program Files\tomcat\webapps\idm
The WSHOME variable value must not contain the following characters:
Quotation marks (“ “)
Do not use quotation marks, even if the path to the application deployment directory contains spaces.
A backslash at the end of the path (\)
On UNIX systems, you must also export the path variables by typing:
export WSHOME export JAVA_HOME
To run the command in 64-bit mode, uncomment the FLAGS="$FLAGS -d64" line in the lh script.
To start the Waveset command-line interface