JavaFX Ensemble Issue
Dr. Michael Paus
mp at jugs.org
Thu Dec 20 04:55:31 PST 2012
As I have pointed out already in a previous mail I have the same problem
purely 32 Bit Windows system. Also this problem seems to be specific to this
Ensemble demo or JavaFX because other non-JavaFX applets (even the one
on the same
page) do work.
Am 20.12.2012 13:43, schrieb Daniel Zwolenski:
> 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
>> +55 11 5187 6514 (Work) | +55 11 99564 9058 (Mobi)
Dr. Michael Paus, Chairman of the Java User Group Stuttgart e.V. (JUGS).
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