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RoboHelp 9/Javahelp install problem

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Anonymous

Good morning,

I'm restricted to using RoboHelp v9.1 and am tasked with developing a
Javahelp application. I've installed the Java SDK 1.4.1_06 and Javahelp 2.0.

I uninstalled RH before the Java SDK and Javahelp installs and then
reinstalled RH.

When I compile, everything is fine but when I attempt to view the output,
the error message says that Javahelp 1.0 is needed and to install the latest
version of Javahlep.

To that end, I repeated the Javahelp installation, using 1.1.3 but I still
get the same error message.

Help?

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Toni Arritola
Documentation Specialist
TeraCloud Corporation
425.709.2900 x13
425.922.7236 (c)

www.teracloud.com

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Roger Brinkley

Toni Arritola wrote:
> Good morning,
>
> I'm restricted to using RoboHelp v9.1 and am tasked with developing a
> Javahelp application. I've installed the Java SDK 1.4.1_06 and Javahelp 2.0.
>
> I uninstalled RH before the Java SDK and Javahelp installs and then
> reinstalled RH.
>
> When I compile, everything is fine but when I attempt to view the
> output, the error message says that Javahelp 1.0 is needed and to
> install the latest version of Javahlep.
>
> To that end, I repeated the Javahelp installation, using 1.1.3 but I
> still get the same error message.

It's a RoboHelp issue. They're software hasn't been updated since 1.1.3
was released to accomodate the latest versions of Javahelp. I think
David Knopf has a workaround on www.knopf.com for 1.1.3. Unfortunately
there isn't a workaround for 2.0. At least there isn't one until
RoboHelp makes a change.

binky

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