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Lynn,
The error message means that "java.exe" is not on the path or classpath for your workstation.

You can try this:
1. start>run
2. type in cmd
3. actuate RUN button.
4. at prompt [command window open] type "java"
5. strike the ENTER key.

If you get the same message, it means the following:
1. Java is not installed on your PC
  TEST HERE: http://www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp
2. Java is not set in the Environmental Variables for you (as a user or for the workstation).
  My Computer>Properties>Advanced>Environmental Variables

You can:
1. install java
2. set Environmental Variables (locally or globally)
3. Edit Batch file.

Are you using the WORKSHOP folder set?

If you are then the batch files are located at: WORKSHOP\BATCH\*.bat

I can troubleshoot with you more if you like.

Mike Ferrando
IT Specialist
Library of Congress
Washington, DC
(202) 707-4454

----- Original Message ----
From: Lynn Lobash <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 4:02:45 PM
Subject: Saxon (java) in Notetab

I have always used Saxon embedded in Notetab to transform xml into html -  handed down to me in pubclass folder from Daniel Pitti's ead course. 

Recently I had to reinstall Notetab Pro and I can't get Saxon to do the transformation. 

I get the following error: 'java' is not recognizable as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. 

Anyone run into and solve this?

Thank you.
Lynn






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