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"An error in the Java system has occurred" - what do I do?

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"An error in the Java system has occurred" - what do I do?

I have a new install of Stingray and just noticed the following error:

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The event log says:

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Having a look in Global settings, it seems that it only references java -server. I'm thinking I can probably just download a JDK from Sun/ Oracle, install it and change java -server to something like /path/to/jdk1.6.0_25/bin/java -server?

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Re: "An error in the Java system has occurred" - what do I do?

You're spot on there. Stingray will attempt to find the java binary in your path; if you system doesn't have one, then you can simply download an appropriate one from Sun/Oracle (or even OpenJDK if you prefer).

Of course, you only need Java if you plan on building some Feature Brief: Java Extensions in Stingray Traffic Manager. The Traffic Manager will run just fine without it:

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Enable or disable Java from the Global Settings page