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Ja Roel
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Hi all,
I've got a problem with a Swing client. I've devopeled a swing client with VAJ3.5 which uses Java1.2.2 if I'm not mistaking.
I want to run the application stand-alone with a JRE. With JRE1.2 the application won't work. With JVM1.4 the application starts but it doens't work properly.
What can I do to let the appliaction run stand-alone?? In VAJ the application works fine!
To summarize, which JRE do I need to let the Swing client work.
Thanks in advance!!
 
Chantal Ackermann
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what error message is printed when the program fails to start up, or crashes? I suppose your VAJ sets the classpath, but when you try to run the program without it, the classpath settings are missing. if this is the case, there would be some ClassNotFoundException or something similar be thrown.
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Ja Roel
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The appliaction starts loading but stops without a error message.
I have a connection with MS Acces and some debug System.out.println(). It sas "Connection" and then returns to the propmt whitout starting the Swing client.
 
Nathan Pruett
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Why don't you post the code where you are trying to start the Swing client... are there any conditional statements that may prevent the GUI from showing up?
 
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