Oracle 8i Personal Install corrupts Sun Java 2 development environment

I encountered no errors during installation of Oracle 8i Personal for Windows/NT; and the sample database appears fully functional.
However, the Sun Java 2 development kit (JDK 1.2) that I use for other projects is no longer functional. The registry appears to have been corrupted by the Oracle 8i installation. Now, whenever I attempt to run a Java 2 program I encounter the error:
"Registry key 'Software\JavaSoft\Java Runtime Environment\CurrentVersion'
has value '1.1', but '1.2' is required."
Does anyone have suggestions on how to cure this problem?
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Although I installed 8i Lite rather than personal Oracle 8, my experience was unlike yours. My jdk2 never stopped working - although, when I think about it, I did have to immediately fix a bunch of problems I visually detected after the install.
After the installation, my Registry (on Win95) remained set correctly to version 1.2 of the javasoft runtime environment.
My autoexec.bat file however was badly trashed by the installer - my multiple classpath statements were all combined into one monolith at the end.
I hate products that silently overwrite carefully crafted key system files with no prior warning and no automatic backup process.
After an hour or two recovering the autoexec and setting environment variables for jdk 1.2, everything is fine with my jdk setup.
In the NT world, I can't help you with recovering your jdk2 environment. However, I'd check your environment settings on NT very carefully to ensure the installer hasn't wreaked havoc with them.
You can also try re-installing the jdk2 run time environment from sun's web site.
Good luck.

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