Sheesh.... As I said before, Java and I have had a very short relationship -
as in none. So *I* don't have a "main()" and wouldn't even know how to
answer your question... I'm going to attempt a call to IBM - after all, we
are paying good dollars - Hmmmm - or NOT so good dollars - for support!!

Dave

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:57 AM, Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen <
thunderaxiom@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

David Turnidge skrev den 21-04-2008 16:53:
Thank you for your response. Since I made the original post, we seem to
have
resolved the problem by putting the java source into one of the
directories
on the "path". I have since installed the program onto two different
production systems (in a temporary library) and it works on one, and
doesn't
work on the other... Just makes my day...

I have seen JVA0122's when exceptions have bubbled up.

Do you have a global try-catch in your main() which catches all
exceptions and log them properly, and then run System.exit(0)?
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