[maplab-users] rosa problems with different jvms[Scanned at OA]

joanne cook j.cook at oxfordarch.co.uk
Mon Jan 24 06:08:53 EST 2005

Hi Valerio,
Thanks for your reply. For what I'm trying to do, this is a major, major sticking point. (To Rosa developers) Is there no plan to rectify this?
Joanne Cook
Oxford Archaeology North


From: Valerio Noti [mailto:valerionoti at yahoo.it]
Sent: Thu 13/01/2005 20:18
To: joanne cook
Subject: Re: [maplab-users] rosa problems with different jvms[Scanned at OA]

in my experience, Rosa works with Sun Jvm too but it is much slower (and unstable)
I posted a thread ("Rosa applet and Virtual machines") last year on mailing list
(sorry I cannot access the exact link).
I found no solution to this problem.
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From: "joanne cook" <j.cook at oxfordarch.co.uk <mailto:j.cook at oxfordarch.co.uk> >
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Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2005 2:48 PM
Subject: [maplab-users] rosa problems with different jvms

> Hi,
> Apologies in advance if this is resurrecting an old problem, but I have found that the rosa applet (the most recent one) only works with the standard microsoft jvm that comes in Internet Explorer 6, and not the Sun jvm (v1.4.2 I think). I remember reading something about this a while ago when I first got the problem (no map displaying) but couldn't find it again now when I looked. The weird thing is, that it seems to work with either jvm in mapbrowser and the mapedit preview, but not gmapfactory. I was going to submit this as a bug as it makes it quite difficult to deploy the map if you don't know which version of the jvm is being used, but thought I'd check with the list first. Does anyone have a workaround for this?
> Thanks
> Jo
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> Oxford Archaeology North
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