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Problems with JAVA Virtual Machine not working

Problems with JAVA Virtual Machine not working

Problems with JAVA Virtual Machine not working

(OP)
My JAVA Virtual Machine is not working properly.
Therefore, my MRE domains and reports are not appearing.
I have removed and reinstalled the JAVA VM, but no luck.

In fact, when I click on the Internet browser, View, Java Console, nothing happens.

Thanks,

Leo   

RE: Problems with JAVA Virtual Machine not working

Try unchecking the Java options (Java(Sun) Use Java v2...)in Tools/Internet Options/Advanced - leave only the Java Console enabled checked.  Depending on what versions you're running there's quite possibly an incompatibility issue.

RE: Problems with JAVA Virtual Machine not working

What version wf are your running? If it's not current you may need to (re)install the microsoft jvm.

RE: Problems with JAVA Virtual Machine not working

(OP)
I have tried using only Java Console enabled, but it still does not work.

My WF version is 4.3.6.

Thanks,

Leo   

RE: Problems with JAVA Virtual Machine not working

We have 4.3.6 too and it needs the Microsoft JVM. You can find it easily on the web eg http://www.entsol.com/html/the_microsoft_jvm.html

(ibi may have it somewhere too)

We have to install this on new PC's 'cause they come with Sun now. I've never seen a problem with this install, doesn't mean it can't happen, take appropriate precautions before installing anything on your PC. (Mom mode = off)

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