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  1. #1
    Steve Guest

    JVM v1.4.1 apps not launching?


    Hi all,
    Bear with me, as I'm a newbie here. (and I'm a Q/A person, not a
    developer). We have been installing JVM v1.3.1 with our apps and decided
    to go with JVM v1.4.1 to fix some problems we had. We have had no problems
    with our in-house test systems what-so-ever, but our clients' PCs running
    Windows 2000 Server have this problem where our application do not launch.
    The strange thing is that, if we look at the task manager, we see the app
    listed there, but we don't actually see the app itself. We get no errors
    of any kind, we simply can't see the application. We have the same setup
    here as the client does, except for maybe different hardware??? Anyone seen
    this before?

    p.s. When we switch back to JVM 1.3.1 it works fine.

    Thanks for any help.

  2. #2
    Brad O'Hearne Guest

    Re: JVM v1.4.1 apps not launching?

    Hey Steve,

    Couple of quick questions:

    1) Is this a GUI app?

    2) Can you show me the command line you are using to run your app?

    3) Is this a small "Hello World" type application, or is there a small
    example of your app you can post? (Perhaps the class with the main method
    would be a start).

    BradO
    --
    Brad O'Hearne
    brado@neurofire.com
    DevX Java Section Leader

    "Steve" <nospam@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
    news:3d87df72$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > Hi all,
    > Bear with me, as I'm a newbie here. (and I'm a Q/A person, not a
    > developer). We have been installing JVM v1.3.1 with our apps and decided
    > to go with JVM v1.4.1 to fix some problems we had. We have had no problems
    > with our in-house test systems what-so-ever, but our clients' PCs running
    > Windows 2000 Server have this problem where our application do not launch.
    > The strange thing is that, if we look at the task manager, we see the app
    > listed there, but we don't actually see the app itself. We get no errors
    > of any kind, we simply can't see the application. We have the same setup
    > here as the client does, except for maybe different hardware??? Anyone

    seen
    > this before?
    >
    > p.s. When we switch back to JVM 1.3.1 it works fine.
    >
    > Thanks for any help.




  3. #3
    MarkN Guest

    Re: JVM v1.4.1 apps not launching?


    I had problems running Eclipse 1.0 with 1.4 installed. Same indications.


    When I launch any of my apps that I create - I don't depend on environment
    variables or the registry.


    "Brad O'Hearne" <brado@neurofire.com> wrote:
    >Hey Steve,
    >
    >Couple of quick questions:
    >
    >1) Is this a GUI app?
    >
    >2) Can you show me the command line you are using to run your app?
    >
    >3) Is this a small "Hello World" type application, or is there a small
    >example of your app you can post? (Perhaps the class with the main method
    >would be a start).
    >
    >BradO
    >--
    >Brad O'Hearne
    >brado@neurofire.com
    >DevX Java Section Leader
    >
    >"Steve" <nospam@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
    >news:3d87df72$1@10.1.10.29...
    >>
    >> Hi all,
    >> Bear with me, as I'm a newbie here. (and I'm a Q/A person, not a
    >> developer). We have been installing JVM v1.3.1 with our apps and decided
    >> to go with JVM v1.4.1 to fix some problems we had. We have had no problems
    >> with our in-house test systems what-so-ever, but our clients' PCs running
    >> Windows 2000 Server have this problem where our application do not launch.
    >> The strange thing is that, if we look at the task manager, we see the

    app
    >> listed there, but we don't actually see the app itself. We get no errors
    >> of any kind, we simply can't see the application. We have the same setup
    >> here as the client does, except for maybe different hardware??? Anyone

    >seen
    >> this before?
    >>
    >> p.s. When we switch back to JVM 1.3.1 it works fine.
    >>
    >> Thanks for any help.

    >
    >



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