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Page: Error message "JavaVM Failed to load JVM", "JavaVM FATAL Failed to load the jvm library" (OS X)
Table of contents Symptom You get the following errors in the Runner/Server Log: JavaVM: Failed to load JVM: /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home/bundle/Lib raries/lib/myuser/squish4.xjavamacx8664/lib/libjvm.dylib JavaVM FATAL: Failed to load ...
Other labels: java, mac
Page: Hooking via JVM Parameters
Table of Contents Overview By default Squish hooks into Java applications by providing a customized Java VM shared library, the Squish Java VM. The Squish Java VM (in {{SQUISHDIR\bin\jvm.dll}} on Windows) is used for hooking Java applications transparently with Eclipsebased ...
Other labels: jre, hooking, jdk, java, netbeans, windows
Page: How to run Java or Eclipse RCP applications
Introduction Java applications are run in a so called Java Virtual Machine (JVM). In order to start the JVM most Java application package ship with a program binary (a .exe file on Windows) to start the Java application. These program binaries are typically called ...
Other labels: jdk_alternate_vm, squish_jvm, german, eclipse, rcp
Page: How to Use Custom JVM Parameters
you need to use custom JVM parameters, you must create a batch file for starting Java with the parameters. Make sure that the same Java command is used as the one for the JRE that was specified during Squish setup. Write a {{.bat}} file (Windows ...
Other labels: pass, batch, java, parameter, custom, pass_jvm, flags