JavaFX Ensemble Issue
zonski at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 04:43:17 PST 2012
On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 11:10 PM, Bruno Borges <bruno.borges at oracle.com>wrote:
> Which browser are you using?
> Chrome doesn't run correctly Java in a 64bit environment. :-(
Small semantic correction: *Java* doesn't run correctly in Chrome - it's
not Chrome's fault :)
I could be wrong (so many variables!), but I reckon I have seen this same
problem with IE and Firefox too. I couldn't narrow down the issue but it
always seemed to relate to confusion between 32bit and 64bit JRE installs
and everything goes whack (with either the above scenario or the one where
you get the "can't run 64bit on 32bit" error thing - pot luck which one
you'd get). It's hard to fix once it's whack too.
The only sure fire way I found was that if you completely format your
computer and start again and install only one JRE plugin for one browser,
using only the latest version of Java then it usually works. I'm sure there
is a less drastic fix but I never managed to nail down the exact steps. I
spent about a week of uninstalling/reinstalling Java, formatting computers,
removing browsers, etc, etc, trying to get stuff working for our trial
system (ended up making a zip and a bat file - we looked so cool). Best
week of my life.
Ensemble in the app stores would be the way to go in my opinion - I believe
it's in Mac (although I think it took some hacking), hopefully there's work
happening to get it in the Windows and Pi stores.
> On Thu 20 Dec 2012 09:55:07 AM BRST, Florian Brunner wrote:
>> When I try to start JavaFX Ensemble from:
>> it tells me to install Java.
>> The following link shows that I've installed Java (Version 7 Update 10)
>> correctly, however:
>> Also note that the "Embedding JavaFX 2 in Swing" on the same page runs
>> Java: 1.7.0_10; Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM 23.6-b04
>> OS: Kubuntu 12.10, Linux version 3.5.0-19-generic running on amd64;
>> UTF-8; de_CH (nb)
>> Does anyone else have the same issue?
>> Is this there an issue with JavaFX Ensemble or with my Java installation?
> Bruno Borges
> Principal Product Manager | JavaEE WebLogic GlassFish
> Oracle LAD PM Team | Cloud Application Foundation
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