General description

ThinkServer Java System i Server service doesn't start and throws an 1067 error code. The following picture will show how the error looks:

It's occurrence could be related due to a permissions issue over the installation folder or to a missing parameter inside Windows PATH variable.

Conclusion / Solution / Recommendation / Advice

In order to fix the problem the following steps has to be done:

1) Verify that "ThinkServer Java System i Server" folder has full control permissions for SYSTEM user account (taking into account that the service runs using LOCAL SYSTEM built-in account). If the service runs with any other user, that user must have full control permissions over "ThinkServer Java System i Server" installation folder.

2) Verify that java.exe has been added to PATH environment variable (C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin generally)

3) If step 2 doesn't work, java.exe full path must be defined inside wrapper.cfg configuration file (located inside \Java System i Server\conf) in the following line: (i.e.\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0_03\bin\java.exe)

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Last Modified On: October 18, 2018