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I installed a product developed using Java in a folder whose name contains non-ascii chars, such as Japanese chars or german chars.
This will cause error said: unable initialise java virtual machine, error code -1
Some one said Java doesn't like being started in a directory that contains non ascii characters. There appears to be no way of passing it unicode parameters.
Is there anyone once hit the similiar issue or know the root cause of such problem?
Thanks

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Yes you can use your web start application console. To enter data which is required for your application it is better idea to use java application which runs in console mode althou you may try to run console of windows and then read data from its input stream.

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