Exception in thread "WindowsNativeRunloopThread" java.lang.NoSuchMethodError

Michael Paus mp at jugs.org
Mon Sep 16 08:58:56 UTC 2019


did you try the suggested work-around by adding something like this to the
launch parameters of your bundled application?



Am 16.09.19 um 09:57 schrieb Andrea Vacondio:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to get some attention on this issue
> https://bugs.java.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=JDK-8231015
> My application, PDFsam Basic, is a self contained javafx application with a
> bundled jlinked AdoptOpenJDK 11.0.4, it has 5 or 6k new users every day and
> very few of them are affected by this issue. In short, on Windows, the
> bundled jvm tries to load some dll from a JVM installed on the system. This
> is similar to
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/52906570/javafx-11-using-maven-throws-exception-windowsnativerunloopthread
> and
> http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/openjfx-dev/2018-October/022713.html
> but in my case there is no IDE involved, no Eclipse, no Maven.
> My bug report has been quickly dismissed as "This is caused by a
> configuration error on the developers machine. Closing as "Not an issue"".
> I can't reply on that issue to ask details so I was hoping I could can get
> some help here.
> I am talking about users (not developers) with a java runtime on their
> machine, they download my MSI, install it, double click the .exe (a
> launch4j created exe that basically runs a java -jar using the bundle
> AdoptOpenJDK) and they get the exception because the jdk tries to load a
> dll from a wrong location. I am sure it's probably some "configuration
> error on the user machine" but these are not techy users tweaking around
> and messing with the registry, for some of them is hard to figure how to
> uninstall java.
> Unfortunately I cannot reproduce it on my machines.
> Any idea of what "configuration error" could cause this behavior?
> Thanks for the help
> Andrea

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