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I'll check that out. I was originally only testing with the Classic JVM
since Thorbjorn indicated that was the JVM he was using.
I did try the J9 JVM yesterday and something happened to out development box
during start up. Not sure what the issue was, but we ended up having to kill
QINTER as it wasn't responding at all. I'll have to wait until this weekend
to test it out again.
James R. Perkins
On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 19:30, Pete Helgren <pete@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The only thing I needed to edit in that file was the -client jvm
directive, otherwise the 32bit Java 6.0 J9 jvm fired everything right up.
Still need to play a bit but made some real progress. Thanks for the tips.
Value Added Software, Inc
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