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Java(TM) Platform SE binary has stopped working

 
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I am seeing this message when I try to load my class:
Java(TM) Platform SE binary has stopped working...

I am running RAD/Eclipse v7.5.5.5 with a WebSphere test server v7 on a Win7 machine.

Nothing in the logs, console, or system log files.
Any suggestions?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Without any more detailed information it is really hard to say what's wrong. Did it work before with the same setup? What version of Java are you using? Is that version supported by RAD/Eclipse and WebSphere? What exactly doesn't work; starting up Eclipse, running WebSphere, ...?
 
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I put this code in to isolate the problem:
Class.forName("com.uhg.ees.services.email.CDAEmailServiceFactory");

I am seeing no errors in the RAD console or the SystemOut/SystemErr log files.
I do see this in native_stderr.log after the code is executed:
ExceptionCode=c00000fd
That code means a stack overflow, but how can I have a memory problem by just loading a class?

Here is more of the native_stderr.log :
<JIT: FullSpeedDebug: ignoring countString>
<JIT: FullSpeedDebug: ignoring countString>
************ Start Display Current Environment ************
Log file started at: [9/26/12 8:38:39:969 EDT]
************* End Display Current Environment *************
<JIT: FullSpeedDebug: ignoring countString>
<JIT: FullSpeedDebug: ignoring countString>
************ Start Display Current Environment ************
Log file started at: [9/26/12 9:59:15:699 EDT]
************* End Display Current Environment *************
Unhandled exception
Type=Unhandled trap vmState=0x00000000
J9Generic_Signal_Number=00000040 ExceptionCode=c00000fd ExceptionAddress=00022754 ContextFlags=0001007f
Handler1=0026A110 Handler2=002CC060
EDI=00000030 ESI=3C598F00 EAX=00772124 EBX=3B5DFF18
ECX=2A4DE9D8 EDX=3E34304C
EIP=00022754 ESP=3E343000 EBP=3C598F00 EFLAGS=00010297
GS=002B FS=0053 ES=002B DS=002B
Module=C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\SDP\runtimes\base_v7\java\jre\bin\J9THR24.dll
Module_base_address=00020000 Offset_in_DLL=00002754
Target=2_40_20110619_085080 (Windows 7 6.1 build 7601 Service Pack 1)
CPU=x86 (8 logical CPUs) (0x1f9000000 RAM)
----------- Stack Backtrace -----------
 
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