I just moved to Windows 2008 Server 64-bit and installed the latest 64-bit JDK.
I just installed the latest Jdeveloper (184.108.40.206.0) and I an error when I try to launch JDeveloper:
Unable to launch the Java Virtual Machine
Located at path:
Any insight is appreciated.
It is a clean install of the machine. There is nothing in the CLASSPATH at all. I am going to download the 32-bit JDK, but one of the objectives of going to a 64-bit OS is being able to take advantage of the larger memory address space. IDEs, including JDeveloper, tend to use a large amount of memory.
I installed 32-bit JDK and pointed at it fine. So there appears to be something I need to do use the x64 JVM.
It would be very helpful if you could determine what needs to be done to utilize the x64 JVM.
Has anyone tried this on 64bit Linux?
Confirmed for me on Windows (Vista 64 Ultimate) I have the same problem. Maybe jDev is trying to load a 32bit DLL for some odd reason (obviously if this is the case then it will have a problem with the 64bit DLL in the JDK bin)
the same problem, can not work with 64-bit JVM.
If JDeveloper can not work in 64-bit environment, it is probably can not generate working applications for 64-bit systems due to bugs and something other. It was a good development tool.
Here I got the same problem... Why Jdeveloper aren't working with the x64 JVM???
JDEV_HOME\jdev\bin\jdev.conf and changed the set javahome does not seen to work...
Does JDK 64bit comes with a 32bit version?
Has anyone managed to get this working yet? Shay I am using Windows Vista64. There is no problem with my mapping of TEMP and the vrtual memory settings look ok to me. Everything else runs fine. I actually need to run jDev in more memory now for debugging a large application. I still have the same problem unable to load jvm.dll
this one of course does NOT solve it... this just uses a 32bit jdk, which of course works. the point is: when will there be a 64bit enabled jdeveloper version? everybody else is able to do it, eclipse, netbeans, idea and what not. why does jdeveloper try to load jvm.dll anyway?
Did you end up figuring this out? I am having the same issues => Windows 7 Professional (64-bit), 64-bit JDK 1.6.0_18, JDeveloper 220.127.116.11.
I agree the 32-bit "solution" is not an option, this should work with the 64-bit JVM... Are there any other solutions out there? I was shocked there was no warnings in the installation guide.