Ladies and Gentlemen:

Hope all is well. I am currently working on an automation installation using MS-Dos batch file for the application (Sterling ESD Portal) and the installation had completed. Then, I had executed the app and it displayed an "configuration file error has occured" message. The app will not go any further. So I found the config.jar file and registered it to the local drive. Not sure that is the right file, but it might be worth a try.

"\\%server%\Apps\5 DMCM Templates\LogFile.vbs"
if exist "%LogFolder%\%AppName%.log" goto :%AppName%
msiexec /i "\\%server%\Apps\Sterling ESD Portal\Automated\setup.msi" /qb- /l* %LogFolder%\%AppName%.log
start "Register JAR" /wait "\\%server%\apps\Sterling ESD Portal\Automated\JAR\JAR.cmd"
"C:\Program Files\Sterling Commerce\CESecureClient\SecureClient.exe"

I had created a Windows NT command script with the config.jar file in the installation folder.
Here is the script:

xcopy /y "\\%server%\apps\Sterling ESD Portal\Automated\JAR\config.jar" "C:\WINDOWS\system32"
regsvr32 /s "C:\WINDOWS\system32\config.jar"

The results: File did not register and app still would not execute.

Has anybody encountered a similiar problem? Please give me your expert advice. I would really appreciate the help.
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The only file types that can be registered are files with Windows PE headers, generally DLLs, OCXs and EXEs. Of these, EXEs generally register using the '/REGSERVER' argument. The others are registered with RegSrv3e2.EXE.

JAR files are ZIPped Java files, utterly meaningless to RegSvr32, as you would discover if you ran the command line you have without the '/S' (silent) argument.

Also, one would use XCOPY to copy folders and their contents. Use COPY for files.
Answered 08/22/2011 by: VBScab
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Thank you very much for this advice. I will keep that in mind.
Answered 08/24/2011 by: DaveX
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