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Failed to find RAPC executable: ...help?

 

Tried everything. What does this mean? How do I fix it?

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Re: Failed to find RAPC executable: ...help?

reinstall your webworks

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Re: Failed to find RAPC executable: ...help?

It could be a number of things.  Can you try the following:

 

1) Check to make sure you have a complete WebWorks SDK installation.  You should have a /bbwp/bin folder containing bbwp.jar.

 

2) Ensure that you have Java SDK 32 bit (not 64 bit) installed and being used by the WebWorks SDK.

 

3) Is there any Windows user-authentication control (UAC) permission settings getting in the way?  Disable UAC, or ensure that both the bbwp.exe and java.exe executables are running with administrator privileges.

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