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Running examples with Windows Mobile 6.1 and WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235 [message #341437] Tue, 28 July 2009 05:20 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: Stephen.Egan.csiro.au

Hi,

I've been trying to run the eRCP examples that come with the
eRCP-1.2.1-wm6pro-20090128.zip bundle. I'm running Windows Mobile 6.1
on a HTC Touch Pro 2 with WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235
installed. I have edited the .lnk files to point to the correct J9 path
and changed the -jcl option to -jcl:foun11. Each of the example .lnk
files fail without an error or log (that I can find). The best result I
get is the "osgi>" prompt appearing shortly before the process terminates.

I've trawled the newsgroups and google for some clues, but to no avail.
Can anybody please offer some insight into how I might get this
working, or better still point me to some up-to-date documentation. I'm
at the stage where I'm ready to give up on eRCP without having even
written a single line of code!

Thanks,

Stephen
Re: Running examples with Windows Mobile 6.1 and WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235 [message #351437 is a reply to message #341437] Tue, 28 July 2009 09:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: w.roeckelein.begis.com

Stephen Egan wrote:
> I've been trying to run the eRCP examples that come with the
> eRCP-1.2.1-wm6pro-20090128.zip bundle. I'm running Windows Mobile 6.1
> on a HTC Touch Pro 2 with WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235

Are you sure that this WEME version (intended for WM 5.0) is running on WM 6.1?

Regards,
Wolfgang
Re: Running examples with Windows Mobile 6.1 and WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235 [message #369999 is a reply to message #351437] Wed, 29 July 2009 00:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: Stephen.Egan.csiro.au

Hi Wolfgang,

WEME does seem to be running ok on WM6.1. A simple "Hello World" app
works ok (no eRCP/eSWT), and as i said the "osgi>" prompt usually
appears when running the examples.

Anyhow, I have installed Titan Device Runtime, and all works well now.

Thanks,

Stephen.

Wolfgang Röckelein wrote:
> Stephen Egan wrote:
>> I've been trying to run the eRCP examples that come with the
>> eRCP-1.2.1-wm6pro-20090128.zip bundle. I'm running Windows Mobile 6.1
>> on a HTC Touch Pro 2 with WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235
>
> Are you sure that this WEME version (intended for WM 5.0) is running on
> WM 6.1?
>
> Regards,
> Wolfgang
Re: Running examples with Windows Mobile 6.1 and WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235 [message #478975 is a reply to message #369999] Fri, 07 August 2009 18:05 Go to previous message
Mark Rogalski is currently offline Mark RogalskiFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Chances are that your WEME version has an old version of eSWT which is
conflicting with the eSWT in eRCP. Check your J9 bin and lib directories and
if found, rename those eswt files so they don't get loaded.

"Stephen Egan" <Stephen.Egan@csiro.au> wrote in message
news:h4o3mm$eqo$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Wolfgang,
>
> WEME does seem to be running ok on WM6.1. A simple "Hello World" app
> works ok (no eRCP/eSWT), and as i said the "osgi>" prompt usually appears
> when running the examples.
>
> Anyhow, I have installed Titan Device Runtime, and all works well now.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Stephen.
>
> Wolfgang R
Re: Running examples with Windows Mobile 6.1 and WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235 [message #563338 is a reply to message #341437] Tue, 28 July 2009 09:46 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: w.roeckelein.begis.com

Stephen Egan wrote:
> I've been trying to run the eRCP examples that come with the
> eRCP-1.2.1-wm6pro-20090128.zip bundle. I'm running Windows Mobile 6.1
> on a HTC Touch Pro 2 with WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235

Are you sure that this WEME version (intended for WM 5.0) is running on WM 6.1?

Regards,
Wolfgang
Re: Running examples with Windows Mobile 6.1 and WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235 [message #563359 is a reply to message #351437] Wed, 29 July 2009 00:04 Go to previous message
Stephen Egan is currently offline Stephen EganFriend
Messages: 21
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Wolfgang,

WEME does seem to be running ok on WM6.1. A simple "Hello World" app
works ok (no eRCP/eSWT), and as i said the "osgi>" prompt usually
appears when running the examples.

Anyhow, I have installed Titan Device Runtime, and all works well now.

Thanks,

Stephen.

Wolfgang Röckelein wrote:
> Stephen Egan wrote:
>> I've been trying to run the eRCP examples that come with the
>> eRCP-1.2.1-wm6pro-20090128.zip bundle. I'm running Windows Mobile 6.1
>> on a HTC Touch Pro 2 with WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235
>
> Are you sure that this WEME version (intended for WM 5.0) is running on
> WM 6.1?
>
> Regards,
> Wolfgang
Re: Running examples with Windows Mobile 6.1 and WEME-WM50-ARM-PPRO11_6.1.1.20070306-115235 [message #563561 is a reply to message #369999] Fri, 07 August 2009 18:05 Go to previous message
Mark Rogalski is currently offline Mark RogalskiFriend
Messages: 201
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Chances are that your WEME version has an old version of eSWT which is
conflicting with the eSWT in eRCP. Check your J9 bin and lib directories and
if found, rename those eswt files so they don't get loaded.

"Stephen Egan" <Stephen.Egan@csiro.au> wrote in message
news:h4o3mm$eqo$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Wolfgang,
>
> WEME does seem to be running ok on WM6.1. A simple "Hello World" app
> works ok (no eRCP/eSWT), and as i said the "osgi>" prompt usually appears
> when running the examples.
>
> Anyhow, I have installed Titan Device Runtime, and all works well now.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Stephen.
>
> Wolfgang R
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