Subject Re: [Firebird-Java] JayBird and FireBird locations
Author Roman Rokytskyy
> I was able to get this to work by specifying three Java environment
> variables as follows:
> <sysproperty key="*java.library.path*" path="*${dbs.bin}*"/>
> <env key="*PATH*" path="*${dbs.bin}*"/> <!-- Must contain fbembed.dll,
> icudt30.dll, icuin30.dll and icuuc30.dll -->
> <env key="*FIREBIRD*" path="*${dbs.bin}*"/> <!-- Must contain remaining
> Firebird libraries and config. files. -->
> Removing any of these settings breaks the configuration.

I just managed to simply copy the jaybird21.dll to Firebird Embedded dir
and start Java without any DLL specified.

@echo off
set JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0-32bit
set FIREBIRD=D:\Program Files\Firebird.2.1.3-embed

echo %PATH%

"%JAVA_HOME%\bin\java.exe" -classpath .;jaybird-full-2.1.6.jar %*

(difference to yesterday' config is that path to FIREBIRD is not in
double qoutes, seems to be some issue with Windows).

So, with this setup I see no reason to change anything at all. You
simply specify the FIREBIRD environment variable in Windows, add this
directory to the path as well and do not forget to copy the
jaybird21.dll to %FIREBIRD%. Any IDE will inherit the Windows
environment and will work with Firebird Embedded.

Did I miss something?