FW: IPP> TES - IPP Test Tools

FW: IPP> TES - IPP Test Tools

FW: IPP> TES - IPP Test Tools

Yigal Banker ybanker at GGX.COM
Thu Aug 6 14:24:15 EDT 1998

I had the same problem after I downloaded the zip file using  Netscape 
Communicator 4.04 running on NT 4.0.
Once I repeated the download and used Internet Explorer 4.0 and the 
same unzip tools (I tested it with several tools to be sure) the Xerox 
Client Tool came up.
I don't know if the problem is with the zip file or in Netscape 
Communicator but if anyone has more information please let us know.

Yigal Banker (ybanker at ggx.com)

-----Original Message-----
From:	Hugo Parra [SMTP:HPARRA at novell.com]
Sent:	Thursday, August 06, 1998 1:43 PM
To:	ipp at pwg.org
Subject:	Re: IPP> TES - IPP Test Tools

I had some trouble running the Xerox IPP Client Tool on my Win95 
workstation, but finally found out what was wrong.  Here's what the 
matter was as an FYI.
Unzipping IPPClientV1_0.zip resulted in five new files.  One of them 
was IppClien.jar (not IppClient.jar - notice the 't' missing). 
 IppClient.bat expects IPPClient.jar to be in the local directory (not 
IppClien.jar).  Without it, the following error message gets 
"Can't find class com/xerox/ipp/client/gb"
Once I modified IppClient.bat to use IppClien.jar, the IPP Client 
loaded fine.  It is possible that it was my unzip tool that messed up 
the name of my files; I haven't had time to try a different tool to 
verify this but seems likely since Lexmark reported no problems 
running the client.

>>> "Carl-Uno Manros" <carl at manros.com> 08/05 7:54 AM >>>
As indicated yesterday, the IPP tools are today officially released. 
If you
want to see the release note it can be found at:


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