It's up to the user to make sure their PATH is correct on Windows, isn't
it?

I guess zorba.bat (and testdriver.bat) could be modified to include the
path to the JVM, but that would require moving some Java-specific code
into the core of Zorba. Currently all Java-specific stuff is isolated in
the util-jvm module, but I'd thought about moving it into core Zorba
after this release anyway.

Regardless, I'm afraid I have no way of modifying or testing the .bat
files. Assigning this to Juan, and subscribing Matthias to see if he has
any thoughts about what the right answer is.

** Changed in: zorba
     Assignee: Chris Hillery (ceejatec) => Juan Zacarias (juan457)

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Title:
  jvm.dll not found under Windows when using util-jvm

Status in Zorba - The XQuery Processor:
  New

Bug description:
  Under Windows, launching Zorba with a query that uses the util-jvm
  module (for example through data-formatting) leads to an error message
  (jvm.dll not found).

  This is possibly because %JAVA_HOME%\jre\bin\client is not added to
  the PATH.

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