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JavaStar and CORBA-based Java applications
I am using the latest JavaStar software to run
against two Java applications that communicate
using Inprise's VisiBroker software (version 3.4).
When I launch one of the applications from JavaStar
that I would like to record a test script against
(I'm selecting the ''Create Test Script'' option), the
following error message appears when the application
is attempting to load and initalize.
''Fatal Error: CorbaInterfaceBean - cannont init ORB''
''CellView Fatal Error:CorbaInterfaceBean - cannot
access the naming bindings''
From what I have gathered in this message, the
application is trying to resolve the name or network
address of a another application or service, and is
unable to do complete the operation.
My question is does anyone know of any problems,
incompabilities, offical or unoffical workarounds for
using JavaStar with Java applications that utilize a
CORBA subsystem (such as Inprise's VisiBroker 3.4).
Appreciate any feedback.
Re: JavaStar and CORBA-based Java applications
I have had a lot of experience working with APPS that have a CORBA link. The best approach to solving this is
1) Can you run the APP from the command line with the options you specify for your App in Javastar.
2) If your on NT, are you using static IP addresses, or DHCP? If static is the case make sure your HOSTS file maps all the machines you are talking to...i.e. don't rely on their IP address, use the hostname, and make sure this hostname and IP address are in the HOSTS file.
Let me know how you get on
Java Testing Tools Support
p.s. Sorry for the late response.....been on the Road for a while....
Java Testing Consultant
Scientific Computers Ltd www.scl.com