matt on 19 Jan, 2019 10:22 PM
To answer the second question, offline layer downloads should be available for the entire lower 48, but the downloader is built into SARTopo Offline, get that working first. The "downloads" tab on sartopo.com is for BirdsEye-format GPS maps, not SARTopo Offline.
Turns out that the JAVA Development Kit 11.0.2 does *not* modify the PATH
system variable to indicate where the command "java" should be found and
executed. So, one of the things that Oracle suggests is to manually edit
the user system variable path to include the pathname "C:\Program
Files\java\bin" to allow the O/S to "find" the external command JAVA. So
after editing the path variable, and manually running the batch script from
MS-DOS command prompt, I now get an error message from JDK indicating that:
Error occurred during initialization of boot layer
java.lang.module.FindException: Module java.se.ee not found
Full dialog of error is listed below:
Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.17134.523]
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matt on 20 Jan, 2019 04:31 AM
I mentioned that in my original message - unfortunately the alternate start script is needed for 9 and 10, but not for 8 or 11, and people have a variety of JVM versions installed, so both options need to be included.