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    SilkBean and JDK1.1.8


    I am geting the SilkBean to work with JDK12
    by using the "-Xbootclasspath/p" option when launching my application with the java command.

    I see an "Application Registered" message from the SilkBean.

    However, it is not working with JDK118.
    I am not seeing "Application Registered" message . Also , "-Xbootclasspath/p " is not a valid option with JDK118.



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    Re: SilkBean and JDK1.1.8

    For JDK 1.1.8, you need to modify the awt.properties file of the JDK. The documentation tells you what you need to differently for JDK 1.1.8. It is different than JDK 1.2/3

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    Re: SilkBean and JDK1.1.8

    Thanks. I will try this.

    Also,
    according to the documentation , there is no need to launch the SilkBean if target machine is running JDK 118 .

    Is this correct or a bug in the documentation ?

    "Setting Up Target Machine" SilkBean Help :

    If you are running
    JDK 1.1.2+ or JRE 1.1.2+
    Copy One file SilkTest_Java1.jar to Target Machine

    If you are running
    JDK 1.2 or JRE 1.2
    Copy Two Files
    SilkTest_Java2.jar ,silkbean.jar
    to Target Machine

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    Re: SilkBean and JDK1.1.8

    You will need to launch the SilkBean if you use JDK 1.1.8. You don't need to copy the SilkBean.jar file for JDK 1.1.8. For JDK 1.1.8, you need to modify the awt.properties file in the JRE/JDK install on the Unix machine. For JDK 1.2 and 1.3, the XBootclasspath option takes care of this modification so you don't have to modify it explicitly.
    And, you *DO* need to start the SilkBean on the Unix machine (regardless of which JDK/JRE you are using).

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    Re: SilkBean and JDK1.1.8

    Where can I get silkBean? please tell me.Thank you.
    winkle

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    Re: SilkBean and JDK1.1.8

    The SilkBean is included with the SilkTest install. You should look up the online help for SilkBean to get started.

 

 

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