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Visual Studio Community 2015 - Java SE Development Kit (7.0.550.13) did not install correctly RRS feed

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  • Hello everyone.
    Please I need urgent assistance towards my Visual Studio installion.
    I downloaded the Visual Studio Community 2015 ISO file and installed it. After installeation, it says "Setup Completed. However, not all features installed correctly". It went further to state that "Java SE Development Kit (7.0.550.13): This productdid not download successfully: The server name or address could not be resolved". And right now, I have not lunched my newly installed visual studio community 2015 because of the problem even though I see the launch button. Please what do I do? Can I launch the visual studio and manually complete the installaion of the Java SE Development Kit (7.0.550.13) within the visual studio environment? Or do I have to uninstall and re-install the visual studio? Or do I have to just re-install the visual studio without having to uninstall the previously installed Visual Studio Community 2015? Please what do I do? Please help.
    I have taken the following steps:
    1. Download the installation diagnostic tool from http://aka.ms/vscollect
    2. From an elevated command prompt, run the collect.exe program.
    3. After the collect.exe program completes, fetch the vslogs.cab file from your Temp directory and upload that into the issue report.

    But I have found the vslogs.cab in C:/users/<Username>/AppData/Local/Temp folder but I cannot find vslogs.cab. What I could find is vslogs.zip. Please what do I do?
    Please I need help as soon as possible.

    The link to the particular visual studio community 2015 log text file (which I had uploaded on OneDrive) that the setup asked me to examine is: http://1drv.ms/1RTSpwv

    The link to the visual studio community 2015 vslogs.zip file after the installation (as I can not find the vslogs.cab file after running the Collect.exe tool) which I had also uploaded on OneDrive is: http://1drv.ms/1RTSpwv

    PLEASE HELP ME AS I HAVE NOT LAUNCHED MY NEWLY INSTALLED VISUAL STUDIO COMMUNITY 2015 WHICH HAVE NOT CORRECTLY INSTALLED THE JAVA DEVELOPMENT KIT.

    PLEASE HELP!

    • Edited by Emperorfin Tuesday, October 20, 2015 1:49 PM
    Monday, October 19, 2015 1:02 PM

Answers

  • Hi Emperorfin,

    Thank you for posting in MSDN forum.

    >> Can I launch the visual studio and manually complete the installaion of the Java SE Development Kit (7.0.550.13) within the visual studio environment?

    You can manually install the Java SE Development Kit manually from  the iso image.

    But I suggest you could verify the hash checksum of the iso image to make sure that the package is not corrupted.

    Please use FCIV.exe http://support.microsoft.com/kb/841290 to verify hash of the ISO. Any discrepancy would indicate that the file was corrupted. Here is a blog for how to use it, you can refer to it.

    The SHA-1 value of visual studio 2015 community is "BAAD3CEBAB7A5834D8F78F7D02E4880C010F3BA9".

    Please make sure that your SHA-1 value is correct. And then install the Java SE Development Kit manually.

    Or you could go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features, select visual studio 2015 community, and right click, Change -> Modify, and select "Java SE Development Kit" to install:

    Best Regards,


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    Wednesday, October 21, 2015 2:05 AM
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  • Hi Emperorfin,

    Thank you for posting in MSDN forum.

    >> Can I launch the visual studio and manually complete the installaion of the Java SE Development Kit (7.0.550.13) within the visual studio environment?

    You can manually install the Java SE Development Kit manually from  the iso image.

    But I suggest you could verify the hash checksum of the iso image to make sure that the package is not corrupted.

    Please use FCIV.exe http://support.microsoft.com/kb/841290 to verify hash of the ISO. Any discrepancy would indicate that the file was corrupted. Here is a blog for how to use it, you can refer to it.

    The SHA-1 value of visual studio 2015 community is "BAAD3CEBAB7A5834D8F78F7D02E4880C010F3BA9".

    Please make sure that your SHA-1 value is correct. And then install the Java SE Development Kit manually.

    Or you could go to Control Panel -> Programs and Features, select visual studio 2015 community, and right click, Change -> Modify, and select "Java SE Development Kit" to install:

    Best Regards,


    We are trying to better understand customer views on social support experience, so your participation in this interview project would be greatly appreciated if you have time. Thanks for helping make community forums a great place.

    Click HERE to participate the survey.

    Wednesday, October 21, 2015 2:05 AM
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  • Hi Jiayi Li,
    Thank you very much for your reply. With the instructions and especially the screen shot you gave, this really helped me. I followed the instruction in the sreen shot so I am able to install the missing java feature. BUT I HAVE FEW QUESTIONS. Was the java sdk meant to be downloaded from the internet or was it part of the ISO file? Because when I selected the Java SDK, it said it needed about 900MB space on the hard disk to install it. When I did that without the internet connect, the setup was unable to complete but when I was connected, the setup was completed.. It said: "Setup Completed! All specified components have been modified successfully". But before the, I was using the Visual Studio Community 2015. What development activity on Visual Studio that requires the Java SDK? Again is that, after setup completed, there was no sign of used space in my hard disk because I was thinking that the space on my disk will be reduced by 900MB but it not - just less that 100MB or 50MB cant really remember.
    My major and sad challenge now is that after creating a model class for an ASP.NET MVC application in Visual Studio Community 2015, and after scafolding a controller class that also generated the Db Context and the views, I am unable to visit controller. The browser keeps saying "The system cannot find the file specified". That is, for example, if i visit http://localhost:49876/StoreManager.
    Please help.

    The Emperorfin

    Thursday, November 5, 2015 3:07 PM