CAUGHT JAVA.LANG.CLASSNOTFOUNDEXCEPTION COM.SUN.COMM.WIN32DRIVER DRIVER
Can you help me out? Win32Driver while loading driver com. Please, what can I do to correct this as I need it for my project to work today? I am getting an exception: I have found another post and added the following: If you look at the javax. These can be either paths to directories containing ports or paths to specific serial or parallel ports.
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Your quite lucky the newest version of the javax.
I have found another post and added the following: He gave us permission to disclose his web page:. Can you help me out?
If you do find the solution would you be so kind to post it here so that every one could learn from your help. A tutorial on applet parameters is here: Is there another way to pass ckm.sun.comm.win32driver values?
Fix to the previous Port on:: Linux is not so hard to learn. You may be able to dynamically load the jar file for it but I’d still be concerned that the security manager in an applet would not let you access the port. You main method would be ignored.
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SolarisDriver port COM1 not found. I personally use Netbeans IDE from http: Post as a guest Name. It can’t find “COM1” using the Solaris classes which is hardly surprising.
It works very nicely as a java program. I found the following links on installing API on a linux system: You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. I have tried to follow the advice for converting to an applet in another thread http: We do not provide a linux implementation. I tried this on my 64bit Vista machine and it did not work, however, this did work previously on a 32bit windows XP.
I took the args out, but now I am getting permissions errors. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
But when you open a project, check for the path of the already added libraries below the package folder in solution explorer. Under XP this is very trivial as XP will let you take over the ownership, where as the Vista OS would not let to do until you identify your self as the administrator to gain ownership of that port, thu I could be wrong.
Java.lang.classnotfoundexcetpion above program is compiling well and good in my system.
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Originally Posted by stdunbar. It is shipped with a default set of values that work on the target platform. Thank you very very much. Double Clikc on the xom.sun.comm.win32driver to open the jdk folder. I would suggest searching google for the error code.