J Hasenberg

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The error is "javaw.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close." Then it asks to send a report to Microsoft. When I look to see what the error report contains, it references an AppName of javaw.exe and a ModName of nlsxbe.dll which is a Notes dll. I have noticed references in other forums about a compatibility issue with XP and JDK releases prior to 1.3. I don't kow if this is true or not which is why I am inquiring for a way to find out.
Thanks.
17 years ago
How can I find out which versions of JDK are compatible with Windows XP?
Specifically, I have some Java code written in a Notes R5 application. I believe Notes R5 only supports up to JDK 1.1.8. I am getting an occasional error saying that Javaw.exe has encountered an error when I run the app. I am wondering if this error is a result of incompatibility between 1.1.8 and Windows XP on my machine.
Thanks.
17 years ago
I have some XML that contains a date:
filter effectiveDate="2001-09-17T00:00:00.000-05:00" expirationDate="2001-08-23T00:00:00.000-05:00"
When the XML is unmarshalled using Castor, the object attribute containing the java.util.date, and subsequently the SQL that updates my database, is a day earlier than the XML. For instance the 2001-09-17 date in XML is now 2001-09-16. See below:
UPDATE ValueFilter SET effectiveDate='2001-09-16', expirationDate='2001-08-22' WHERE . . . )
Is there some kind of conversion being done for me by the JDK related to daylight savings time that might cause this? I am using the IBM JDK 1.3.1.
Any help as to why this is happening and how to avoid it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks