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.
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.
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?