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EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

 
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I get this error while using applications such as Eclipse, Glassfish, JBoss, NetBeans. It happens quite often, during applications startup or after some time.
What's the cause of this? How to get rid of it?

 
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It's a bug in java. That happens sometimes especially when debugging in eclipse (at least to me).
 
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OK, but is there a fix for it or something like that? Or do I just have to live with it?
 
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you'll just have to live with it unfortunately ...
 
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Sebastian Janisch wrote:you'll just have to live with it unfortunately ...



Your two options are...

1. If you can, upgrade to a later version of Java. It may be a bug that has been fixed.

2. File a bug report with Sun. There is little chance that it will be fixed, unless someone knows about it -- so help Sun out.

Henry
 
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I've already done those two things, but thanks for the tips
 
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We have faced the same issue in 1.7_07 JRE.
After many unsuccessful attempts to fix / resolve the issue, we have upgraded to 1.7_09 JRE and the problem disappeared.

Thanks,
Sambath.
 
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SambathKumar Palanisamy wrote:
After many unsuccessful attempts to fix / resolve the issue, we have upgraded to 1.7_09 JRE and the problem disappeared.



Bugfix releases are exactly meant for such purposes, aren't they?
 
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I agree.
But when I search for the solution, I couldn't find it anywhere in the bug database or in any other forums mentioning this issue is fixed in 1.7.0_09.
So, I replied this post to help others.
 
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