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05-09-2013 07:46 AM - edited 05-09-2013 07:47 AM
I'm also having this issue. I installed the JDK and have Eclipse 64 bit. I'm not willing to remove Eclipse and everything I've installed on to it.
I'm not a developer but a tester so I don't understand the fix above. We're just interesting in running our websites on Blackberry to detect defects. Is there a way to change the windows environment variables to resolve this?
05-09-2013 08:43 AM
Welcome to the forum.
If you are a tester, then presumably you only need the Simulators, which you can get from here:
So you should not need to have Eclipse. The Simulators will run independently of Eclipse.