jlink wildfire 2 possible at all ?

compiled myInstallTest.java:

import com.ptc.cipjava.*; import com.ptc.pfc.pfcSession.*; import com.ptc.pfc.pfcGlobal.*; import com.ptc.pfc.pfcCommand.*;

public class myInstallTest{

public static void start (){ System.out.println ("Start install test started"); } public static void stop (){ System.out.println ("Start install test stopped"); }

} "javac myInstallTest.java" compiles OK, so my CLASSPATH is OK and my PATH points to a javac.exe

start proe from the dir this freshly compiled .class is in and register this protk.dat:

name myInstallTest startup java java_app_class myInstallTest java_app_start start java_app_stop stop allow_stop true delay_start false end

"startup of myInstallTest failed"



btw I installed jdk1.3.1_04 like the PTC website says

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stinky wizzleteet
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In linux this fails also, but now I got some output :

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /usr/local/ptc/proeWildfire2.0/i486_linux/lib/libjavaxportmtz.so: /usr/local/ptc/proeWildfire2.0/i486_linux/lib/libbaselibmtz.so: undefined symbol: __check_null_eh_spec at java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary0(Unknown Source) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(Unknown Source) at java.lang.Runtime.loadLibrary0(Unknown Source) at java.lang.System.loadLibrary(Unknown Source) at com.ptc.cipjava.NativeTransport.(NativeTransport.java:139) at com.ptc.cipjava.CIPTransport.openConnection(CIPTransport.java:55) at com.ptc.pfc.Implementation.Starter.serverLoop(Starter.java:56) at com.ptc.pfc.Implementation.Starter.main(Starter.java:44)

This seems to mean that the fault lies with ptc....


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stinky wizzleteet

Hi all,

My jlink works now, and the problem was the JRE installed for the browser.

Apparently I cannot get mozilla to work with the plugins provided with the JRE that comes with the SDK. So, I installed a jre for the browser in c:\program files, buttttt.... it also places a java.exe in c:\windows\system32 This particular java.exe is found by pro-e before the one in c:\j2sdk1.4.2_04\bin and hence the jlink program fails.

hip hip huzza for SUN !


PS what the deal is with java in LINUX remains to be seen, but prob something similar; pro-e finds the wrong java executable.


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stinky wizzleteet

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