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    Unanswered: assertion error starting Forms9i

    I am getting an assertion error when trying to start 9i Forms developer. the error reads:

    Program: D:\oracle\ora92DS\bin\ifbld90.exe
    File: \ut\SRC\UTJ\SRC\UTJL.c
    Line: 428

    Expression: result == utjER_SUCCESS

    Any idea what is wrong? I was using developer yesterday. For the life of me I am not sure what I might have changed. I have rebooted and I have reinstalled with no luck.


    When I retry it says that an error log is created. Anyone have an idea where that log is?

    Thanks,
    Todd

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    Hi,

    A DLL JVM.DLL exists in the \WINNT\SYSTEM32 directory.

    Windows NT/2000 always searches for a DLL into \WINNT\SYSTEM32 directory and \WINNT directory before the directories listed in the path environment variable.

    If a JVM.DLL exists in \WINNT\SYSTEM32 or \WINNT, it will be used instead of the JVM.DLL located in <ORACLE_HOME>\jdk\jre\bin\classic

    This can lead to error or "Doctor Watson" when starting an executable
    (ifbld90.exe, rwrun.exe or rwbuilder.exe,...).
    SATHISH .

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    HI,

    Just Rename the JVM.DLL file located in \WINNT\SYSTEM32 or \WINNT directory .

    Copying the JVM.DLL from <ORACLE_HOME>\jdk\jre\bin\classic to
    \WINNT\SYSTEM32 does not solve the problem, because others DLL are searched from the JVM.DLL location.
    SATHISH .

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    Originally posted by satish_ct
    HI,

    Just Rename the JVM.DLL file located in \WINNT\SYSTEM32 or \WINNT directory .

    Copying the JVM.DLL from <ORACLE_HOME>\jdk\jre\bin\classic to
    \WINNT\SYSTEM32 does not solve the problem, because others DLL are searched from the JVM.DLL location.

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    Thanks.

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