Bug 27590

Summary: Unable to run j3deditor on win2k
Product: contrib Reporter: Stephen Gissendaner <sgis>
Component: Java3DAssignee: Paul Byrne <paulby>
Status: RESOLVED WORKSFORME QA Contact: issues <issues.netbeans.org>
Priority: P1    
Version: 3.x   
Target Milestone: TBD   
Hardware: PC   
OS: Windows ME/2000   
Whiteboard:
Issue Type: DEFECT Exception Report:
Bug Depends on:    
Bug Blocks: 27591    

Description Stephen Gissendaner 2002-09-25 17:38:35 UTC
I get a FATAL ERROR in native method: No transports 
initialized error when trying to run this.

PROCEEDURE:
I downloaded the latest .zip and extracted the files. I 
then went to the j3deditor/bin/java3db.bat file and set 
the tools and java dirs.

Here is the text from my dos window:
I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEditor_2.0\bin>set 
toolhome=I:\Java\netbeans

I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEditor_2.0\bin>set params=-
DJ3dFly.Loaders=I:\Java\netbeans\
J3dFly_2.0\preferences\loaders.xml -
DJ3dFly.SystemPlugins=I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEd
itor_2.0\preferences\interposer_plugin_prefs.xml -
DJ3dFly.UserPlugins= -DJ3dEdit
or.NodeConfigs=I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEditor_2.0
\preferences\j3deditor-config.xml

I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEditor_2.0\bin>java -
Xbootclasspath/a:I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEd
itor_2.0\lib\j3d_interposer.jar -
cp ;I:\Java\netbeans\J3dFly_2.0\lib\j3dfly-util
s.jar;I:\Java\netbeans\J3dFly_2.0\lib\j3dfly.jar -
Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,s
erver=y,address=8000 -Xdebug -Xnoagent -
DJ3dFly.Loaders=I:\Java\netbeans\J3dFly_
2.0\preferences\loaders.xml -
DJ3dFly.SystemPlugins=I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEditor_2.
0\preferences\interposer_plugin_prefs.xml -
DJ3dFly.UserPlugins= -DJ3dEditor.Node
Configs=I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEditor_2.0
\preferences\j3deditor-config.xml

Transport dt_socket failed to initialize, rc = 509.
FATAL ERROR in native method: No transports initialized

I:\Java\netbeans\J3dEditor_2.0\bin>
Comment 1 Paul Byrne 2002-09-25 21:06:25 UTC
Does the J3dEditor/bin/j3dedit.bat script start the editor correctly
on your system ?

What JDK are you using ?
Comment 2 Stephen Gissendaner 2002-09-25 22:04:38 UTC
No, the j3dedit.bat does not start the editor correctly on 
my system. It just  puts some quick text up on the screen 
and then the dos window immediately closes.

I am using jdk 1.4
Comment 3 Paul Byrne 2002-12-03 21:32:02 UTC
Works for me
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