I have just downloaded the NetBeans 7.0 rc2, and opened Plugin manager to add some other moudles.
1.Click the "Available" tab, it is empty, and I waited for a while, it is still no response, but it is strange that the right panel displays the "Embeded Browser" details.
2. Press "Reload Catalog" button, it loads all moudles from remote server.
3. When I swtich "Installed" tab, it is still empty, but the wrost is there is no "Reload" button to reload the installed modules.
What is happened in this version? Before(6.8, 6.9) it works correctly.
PS: my system: windows 7 32 bit
Java:java version "1.6.0_24"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_24-b07)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 19.1-b02, mixed mode, sharing)
I used the zip version of NetBeans.
I remembered I have posted this problem in the dev maillist, but I have not got any feedback there. I hope it will be fixed in 7.0 final release.
I used this version.
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available is empty, press "Reload CataLog" can load the moudles
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installed is empty, there is no way to reload and view the installed modules
we are having problem with JDK 7, similar to one described by you - see issue 194407 ... but as you mentioned : you are able to reproduce it on JDK 6 (is this really correct?) .. also have you tried to re-size the dialog (it might help to show the list)
yes...it is problematic with JDK 7.
NetBeans set JDK 7 as default JDK when it starts up(even I set JAVA_HOME to JDK6 installed directory and added the JDK6/bin to system path ).
I changed it in the netbeans.conf and specified the netbeans_jdkhome to D:/jdk6， it works well.
(In reply to comment #5)
> yes...it is problematic with JDK 7.
> NetBeans set JDK 7 as default JDK when it starts up(even I set JAVA_HOME to
> JDK6 installed directory and added the JDK6/bin to system path ).
> I changed it in the netbeans.conf and specified the netbeans_jdkhome to
> D:/jdk6， it works well.
Now I am a little bit confused, so to make it clear :
- it doesn't work on JDK 7
- it does work on JDK 6
Could you confirm this ? Thanks in advance.
Sounds like a clear duplicate of bug #194407.
JDK7 does not work.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 194407 ***