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Mac Error _initWithWindowNumber

 
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2004-07-02 21:06:13.649 java[806] _initWithWindowNumber: error creating graphics
ctxt object for ctxt:46855, window:10790

Hi,

The above is an error I sometimes get when I start up my Sun Developer application.
The error message appears sporatically.

I have Mac G4, Mac OS X 10.3.4, JRE version 1.4.2.

When you all are working on Mac Java projects and you have to run an application
a lot (from the command line), do you on occasion see this same or similar error?

Thanks,
Javini Javono
 
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Same environment. Never seen this error.
 
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Hi,

Thanks for your response.

I forgot to add one, small point. When, sporatically, the
error is printed to the terminal window, the application still runs
as it normally would.

Thanks,
Javini Javono
 
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I was having the same error on a nearly identical system, so I tried using a try{} block when I added content to the top frame.

try
{
this.add(headerPanel, BorderLayout.NORTH);
this.add(contentPanel, BorderLayout.CENTER);
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Could not display window.");
}

I've had no error messages since, and it never caught any exceptions, so perhaps the nasty error was Java's way of complaining that it was forced to display something that MAY not work in all situations. Dumb Java.

 
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