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That problem is not solved. but i can run "Hello world" application(test application) correctly. :)
Yes, you should get some output when typing adl or adt on a command line. The commands will print usage information.
If adl works, but adt doesn't, then I suspect that you need to set up Java as well. The adt tool is a Java application. You will need to set the class path environment variable either globally, or locally for the command console. If you don't want to set the class path variable for some reason, you can still run adt, but you will have to invoke ADT through the jar file. How to do this is described in the AIR documentation. (The adt command in the bin directory is a script file that invokes the Java program for you).
Hi Admiral Brodnack,
Thank you very much for reply. It is really helpful to newbie like me.
It is must that if we need to run adt command then we must have to use .jar file to execute it?
There should be some way to do without java
Do you have any idea?
lot of Adobe things run on JVM without you knowing about it. Just check the directories where you have your Adobe thing installed.
Ohterwise, if you have properly installed the ADT, you don't have to use the command that invokes it directly with .jar in the path.