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Try running the jdev/bin/jdev.exe file and watch the DOS window to see if you are getting any exceptions.
I ran that executable and nothing was displayed in the dos window at all, there was only a blinking cursor.
Can you remove the system directory (under the [jdev-root]\jdev directory)
and try again.
hi i fight with this issue in the past and i have a solution but can not work fine
1.- in the jdev.conf need to manage same memory in ide.conf if yo work with 4gb of ram i recomend a 1024 of max memory
SetJavaHome C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_18
2.- update your jdk of the machine not the jdeveloper (backup can be helpful)
3.- set the java home to the new directory (#:/Programs files/Java/jdk 6.x.x) in the jdev.conf have a variable "# SET_JAVA_HOME = /Jdev/bin/jdk"
if show with "#" in start the of instruction remove
4.- (Optional) can be show in start jdeveloper to define the directory, sometimes.
if still not working add "#" in "SET_JAVA_HOME" to define defalut jdk and play with memory defined in jdev.conf
I have tried that, i foind if i used the 1024M option i kept getting errors so i put it to 768 and it works. jdev now runs ok and i can click on the menu and set preferences but when ever i go to edit a java class file it freezes again and i have to kill the process!?
is jdev 11 really this buggy?
Edited by: user9510576 on 19-Feb-2010 12:53
Have the same problem!
did you find a workaround?
Well, I've workarounded it.
It seems that the problem was with the migrated project (from 10 to 11).
So, I've generated a new project from a working war archve, and that was it.
I hope it works for you too!