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From Rick Hillegas <Richard.Hille...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: running unit tests on IBM Java 6 on Ubuntu 7
Date Wed, 16 Apr 2008 15:46:36 GMT
John Embretsen wrote:
> Rick Hillegas wrote:
>> I am trying to run unit tests on the IBM Java 6 platform on Ubuntu 7. I
>> notice that this combination is not recorded in our list of "known good"
>> platforms: http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/PlatformTestsDerby However, I
>> suspect that that page is not kept up-to-date and someone is probably
>> successfully testing on this combination. I am seeing JMX related
>> errors. Any advice would be appreciated. Here's what I'm seeing.
>> Thanks-Rick
> Looks weird... Do you see such exceptions when you simply try to boot the
> network server (with a security manager) or the embedded driver in ij or a Java
> program as well, or only when running unit tests?
> Regarding the JMX-related error it seems like there is an issue when accessing
> the platform MBean Server. It complains that it can't find the method
> getMBeanInfo, which is part of the javax.management.MBeanServerConnection
> interface as well as the javax.management.StandardMBean class.
> The other errors (NoClassDefFound, EmbeddedDriver) are equally strange, and I
> have no idea what could cause them. I have not tried running on Ubuntu myself,
> though. Tried IBM's 1.6 VM on Red Hat 4, and it seemed to work fine.
Hi John,

I can successfully run embedded Derby under ij using the IBM Java 6 vm 
on Ubuntu 7. Derby comes up and I can issue queries.


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