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Java Panic on IPAQ

 
Ztopher Swift
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Hi !
I have Written a application that executes correctly, but when it finishes a dialogbox appears with the message " JAVA Panic unable to suspend threads, 1024 (more?) times... I am using a Beta version of P-Java for ARM processors. It would be great if someone could help me and figure out what�s wrong...
regards Chris
 
samamol
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hi cris,
i am writeing few game applications for the ipaqs.
i was using the insignia's Jeode in the initial stages of the project.
then i am switching to the sun's jre for ARM .
i am also facing the same problems as u r..
this may be bcs the jre is in beta version..bcs my applications
run fine on the jeode..
if u ve gathered some moreinfo abt this pls mail me back..
 
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"samamol",
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Rod Marsh
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I am also having problems with this same message. In my case it occurs whilst loading data from a file into the application when the application first starts. This is annoying because you have to click ok 3 times before the application will run normally.
I am using the Sun Beta version as mentioned in Crhis' and the other post.
If there is anyone out there who can help us please post a response. Thanks


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Doco Todd
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The explanation (from Sun) for this message: it appears while suspending threads during garbage collection. Further releases will correct this error.
Unfortunatelly I have no ideea how to correct this problem ... Maybe if you put explicitly your threads in wait(), then run gc(), then notify() them? (It's just an ideea from a greenhorn. Java gurus may provide a better solution).
 
glen kaatz
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This is a bug in the PJ implementation. My understanding is that they have a fix available (nope, don't know where). If the fix isn't out yet it will be.
 
lee jackson
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Reply from Sun today states that :-
"Unfortunately the PersonalJava on Windows CE project is no longer being supported by Sun.
There are other vendors which are selling Java Runtime Environments for this platform."
So if you have this bug with the 1.1 Beta ( as I do ) then unless you use one of the commercial versions (cheepest JRE $20.00 US) youre stuck with 1.1 Beta warts and all.
Personally I've had enough of Java and the broken promises - hand me my copy of eVC++ 3.0 partner

 
Paul Michael
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have you guys heard of savaje? this is the first time i've heard of j2se support, yes j2se and not j2me for a pda... pretty interesting.
 
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