Jave Wireless Toolkit Error

Discussion in 'Java' started by Justin Champion, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. Hello everytime I try to run a program in the wirless toolkit, the program
    tranbsfers to the emulator but when I click launch I get this error
    Running with storage root DefaultGrayPhone
    Method............: 100d2aa8 'com/sun/midp/midlet/MIDletState.createMIDlet
    (static)'
    Stack Chunk.......: d189a0
    Frame Pointer.....: d189fc
    Current IP........: 10128592 = 10128584 + offset 14
    Previous Frame....: d189c0
    Previous IP.......: 1012052b (offset 22)
    Frame size........: 8 (1 arguments, 7 local variables)
    Argument[0].......: d197e4
    Local[1]..........: 0
    Local[2]..........: d189c0
    Local[3]..........: d28804
    Local[4]..........: d189d4
    Local[5]..........: 100dcdd0
    Local[6]..........: d189a0
    Local[7]..........: 1015f0a0
    Operand[1]........: d197e4

    Method............: 100cd0e4 'com/sun/midp/midlet/Selector.run (virtual)'
    Stack Chunk.......: d189a0
    Frame Pointer.....: d189c0
    Current IP........: 1012052b = 10120515 + offset 22
    Previous Frame....: 0
    Previous IP.......: 1
    Frame size........: 6 (1 arguments, 5 local variables)
    Argument[0].......: d19a28
    Local[1]..........: d28a14
    Local[2]..........: d197e4
    Local[3]..........: 0
    Local[4]..........: 0
    Local[5]..........: 0
    Operand[1]........: d28a14

    VM status:
    Instruction pointer.: 10128592 (offset within invoking method: 14)
    Next instruction....: 0x4c
    Frame pointer.......: d189fc
    Local pointer.......: d189dc
    Stack size..........: 128; sp: d18a14; ranges: d189a8-d18ba8;
    Contents of the current stack frame:
    d189dc: d197e4 (lp)
    d189e0: 0
    d189e4: d189c0
    d189e8: d28804
    d189ec: d189d4
    d189f0: 100dcdd0
    d189f4: d189a0
    d189f8: 1015f0a0
    d189fc: d189c0 (fp)
    d18a00: 1012052b
    d18a04: d189d8
    d18a08: 100d2aa8
    d18a0c: d189a0
    d18a10: 0 (end of frame)
    d18a14: d197e4 (sp)
    Execution stack contains 112 items:
    d19a28
    d28a14
    d197e4
    0
    0
    0
    0
    1
    d189a4
    100cd0e4
    d189a0
    0
    d28a14
    d197e4
    0
    d189c0
    d28804
    d189d4
    100dcdd0
    d189a0
    1015f0a0
    d189c0
    1012052b
    d189d8
    100d2aa8
    d189a0
    0
    d197e4

    Execution completed.
    435733 bytecodes executed
    8 thread switches
    486 classes in the system (including system classes)
    2406 dynamic objects allocated (69836 bytes)
    1 garbage collections (0 bytes collected)
    ALERT: java/lang/ClassFormatError: Bad version information.
    Execution completed.
    435733 bytecodes executed
    8 thread switches
    486 classes in the system (including system classes)
    2406 dynamic objects allocated (69836 bytes)
    1 garbage collections (0 bytes collected)


    Can anyone tell me why I get this. I have now tried my own progam and a few
    other example programs and it is always the same.

    Thanks,

    Justin.

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  2. I have manged to resolve this error. Bu changing my version of JDK to 1.4.2
    and the problem went away !

    Thanks anyway,


    Justin.

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    "Justin Champion" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hello everytime I try to run a program in the wirless toolkit, the program
    > tranbsfers to the emulator but when I click launch I get this error
    > Running with storage root DefaultGrayPhone
    > Method............: 100d2aa8 'com/sun/midp/midlet/MIDletState.createMIDlet
    > (static)'
    > Stack Chunk.......: d189a0
    > Frame Pointer.....: d189fc
    > Current IP........: 10128592 = 10128584 + offset 14
    > Previous Frame....: d189c0
    > Previous IP.......: 1012052b (offset 22)
    > Frame size........: 8 (1 arguments, 7 local variables)
    > Argument[0].......: d197e4
    > Local[1]..........: 0
    > Local[2]..........: d189c0
    > Local[3]..........: d28804
    > Local[4]..........: d189d4
    > Local[5]..........: 100dcdd0
    > Local[6]..........: d189a0
    > Local[7]..........: 1015f0a0
    > Operand[1]........: d197e4
    >
    > Method............: 100cd0e4 'com/sun/midp/midlet/Selector.run (virtual)'
    > Stack Chunk.......: d189a0
    > Frame Pointer.....: d189c0
    > Current IP........: 1012052b = 10120515 + offset 22
    > Previous Frame....: 0
    > Previous IP.......: 1
    > Frame size........: 6 (1 arguments, 5 local variables)
    > Argument[0].......: d19a28
    > Local[1]..........: d28a14
    > Local[2]..........: d197e4
    > Local[3]..........: 0
    > Local[4]..........: 0
    > Local[5]..........: 0
    > Operand[1]........: d28a14
    >
    > VM status:
    > Instruction pointer.: 10128592 (offset within invoking method: 14)
    > Next instruction....: 0x4c
    > Frame pointer.......: d189fc
    > Local pointer.......: d189dc
    > Stack size..........: 128; sp: d18a14; ranges: d189a8-d18ba8;
    > Contents of the current stack frame:
    > d189dc: d197e4 (lp)
    > d189e0: 0
    > d189e4: d189c0
    > d189e8: d28804
    > d189ec: d189d4
    > d189f0: 100dcdd0
    > d189f4: d189a0
    > d189f8: 1015f0a0
    > d189fc: d189c0 (fp)
    > d18a00: 1012052b
    > d18a04: d189d8
    > d18a08: 100d2aa8
    > d18a0c: d189a0
    > d18a10: 0 (end of frame)
    > d18a14: d197e4 (sp)
    > Execution stack contains 112 items:
    > d19a28
    > d28a14
    > d197e4
    > 0
    > 0
    > 0
    > 0
    > 1
    > d189a4
    > 100cd0e4
    > d189a0
    > 0
    > d28a14
    > d197e4
    > 0
    > d189c0
    > d28804
    > d189d4
    > 100dcdd0
    > d189a0
    > 1015f0a0
    > d189c0
    > 1012052b
    > d189d8
    > 100d2aa8
    > d189a0
    > 0
    > d197e4
    >
    > Execution completed.
    > 435733 bytecodes executed
    > 8 thread switches
    > 486 classes in the system (including system classes)
    > 2406 dynamic objects allocated (69836 bytes)
    > 1 garbage collections (0 bytes collected)
    > ALERT: java/lang/ClassFormatError: Bad version information.
    > Execution completed.
    > 435733 bytecodes executed
    > 8 thread switches
    > 486 classes in the system (including system classes)
    > 2406 dynamic objects allocated (69836 bytes)
    > 1 garbage collections (0 bytes collected)
    >
    >
    > Can anyone tell me why I get this. I have now tried my own progam and a

    few
    > other example programs and it is always the same.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Justin.
    >
    > --
    > --------------------------------------------------------------------------

    --
    > --------
    > "There's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes"
    > Fourth Doctor Who(Tom Baker)
    > Doctor Who Web Site www.doctorwho.hopto.org
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > ---
    > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
    > Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
    > Version: 6.0.701 / Virus Database: 458 - Release Date: 07/06/2004
    >
    >



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    Justin Champion, Jun 13, 2004
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