gback at cs.utah.edu
Tue Oct 20 00:07:11 PDT 1998
> I have a RedHat5.1 Linux box that I thought I would try with JDMK3.0.
> I copied the /opt/SUNWconn/jaw/classes directory to my linux box and
> updated my CLASSPATH environment variable. When I ran the snmp agent
> example I got the following message:
> [chris at phobos chris]$ kaffe examples.snmp.agent.Agent
> at com/sun/jaw/reference/agent/cmf/Framework.initCmfInvoker(872)
> at com/sun/jaw/reference/agent/cmf/Framework.newObject(2394)
> at com/sun/jaw/reference/agent/cmf/Framework.newObject(466)
> at com/sun/jaw/reference/agent/cmf/Framework.newObject(574)
> at examples/snmp/agent/Agent.main(99)
> Could someone tell me what this means, I presume it is some fatal
> java language problem with the Kaffe VM. I then tried it with the
> Sun JDK 1.1.6 and it seemed to work fine. Has anyone else got JDMK3.0
> to work with Kaffe.
I don't know whether anyone has gotten JDMK3.0 to run with kaffe and
in fact I don't even know what JDMK is, but I can tell you what the
message above means. It means that an exception was thrown inside
a Method.invoke(). This exception is packaged inside a InvocationTargetExc.
If you had the source, (I assume you don't since it's a com.sun. package,
though I might be wrong), you could extract the exception and print its
backtrace; then you'd know exactly where the actual failure occurred.
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