This section describes known application client issues and associated solutions.
If you have a top level JAR file inside your client JAR (in this case, reporter.jar), when you deploy the client JAR, the MANIFEST file for that JAR overwrites the MANIFEST file for the client JAR.
None at this time.
It has been observed that the appclient.bat command is not accepting the APPCPATH when running on Windows. The problem can be traced to quotes around the APPCPATH statement in the apppclient.bat file. For example, the following statement fails:
set CLASSPATH="%JAXP_IMPL_JARS%";%JVM_CLASSPATH% if not %APPCPATH%x == x set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;"%APPCPATH%"
Whereas the following statement works correctly:
set CLASSPATH=%JAXP_IMPL_JARS%;%JVM_CLASSPATH% if not %APPCPATH%x == x set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;%APPCPATH%
Remove the double quotes that surround the references to APPCPATH (and JAXP_IMPL_JARS).