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Error detected by JRE (EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION)

 
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Hello guys,

I'm trying to import an application project from a PC using Websphère to another one using Eclipse.
With Websphere, i have no problem. The application runs like a charm (old application).
Now with Eclipse, when i run it, i have my login popup coming. If i enter wrong information, oracle reject me and i'm invited to try again. Once i enter the correct information, i have the following error :



Can anyone help me out ?

Thanks.
 
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Try updating your JDK.
 
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Paul Sturrock wrote:Try updating your JDK.



Is it possible that i need to use a lower version?
 
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Perhaps. I don't know which version you are on.

If you look at the error message it appears the access violation occured during an java.lang.OutOfMemoryError - so you could just try upping the heap and you might not have to do anything.
 
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