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Offline DanK

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« Posted 2004-06-06 17:32:53 »

I get the above error on one computer but not on another (the one that it works fine on is the computer I developed on so it's possible it's finding it somewhere different on one computer or something weird like that). Webstart has been a nightmare pretty much from the git go for me, I'm trying to get a game packaged up for the game competition but not havin a lot of luck with it. On a third computer that it was tested on there was an error about classpath for the jogl.jar file). Anyone have a pointer to common problems with webstart that might cover my problems here or can offer any advice? I can't link to the current JNLP file because it includes a lot of the source files that aren't going to be available in the real version. I'm working on that now though (so hopefully in an hour I can link to a jnlp file so others can try to run it and see if there is any similar pattern to the errors).

Offline DanK

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-06-06 18:34:44 »

I think I got it fixed now, I've also got my demo packaged up and just need to put in some minor touch ups and I'll post the jnlp to the your games here forum. Hopefully no one else will have issues running my game.

To fix the problem I rebuilt the jar file from scratch using a new name and it started to work, I had rebuilt the old jar file a few different times but for some reason it never helped.

Offline elias

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-06-06 20:54:04 »

I've had this particular annoying problem in win32 when the webstarted application crash and leave the javaws process running. The running process apparantly is using the native dlls (lwjgl.dll in my case), and another run of the webstart application is unable to overwrite the file causing this weird error message. The only option I found was to manually kill any java processes or restart the machine.

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Offline DanK

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-06-06 21:49:13 »

That's probably what the problem was, and why changing the name worked (my own machine gets rebooted on a regular basis cause it's just a dirty grumpy computer that's running mangled software galore on it) but the machine that had the problem probably didn't get rebooted during the entire day of testing. Oh well, I've grown fond of the new shorter name anyway.

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