|Re: jrt-fs.jar problem with new install [message #1835939 is a reply to message #1834632]
||Wed, 16 December 2020 21:42
| Phil Freihofner
Registered: May 2010
I'm surprised you haven't gotten any replies. Did you manage to come up with a solution?|
I had a related situation, perhaps, even though I'm not using WindowBuilder. I was receiving the same message for the first project built on a new Eclipse 2020-12 install. I was able to fix this as follows:
- I installed OpenJDK 15.0.1 on my system.
- In the Windows/Preferences/Java/Installed JREs, I added OpenJDK 15.0.1, and named it "openjdk-15.0.1". I then checked it, and unchecked the existing jre that was listed as being in subfolder of AppData\Local\Temp\...
- I started a new project, and made sure that for the JRE, I selected "Use default JRE 'openjdk-15.0.1' and workspace compiler preferences" and NOT "Use an execution environment JRE:" which appeared to still point to the JavaSE-15 that was installed into the AppData subfolder.
Before this, attempting to remedy the situation by selecting the newly installed "openjdk-15.0.1" as the library on the module path in the "Build Path Configuration" tool did NOT suffice to fix the problem. Despite refreshing, cleaning, closing and reopening Eclipse, the original project continued elicit the error concerning the apparently faulty JRE that ships with Eclipse. It was only after making an entirely new project specifying the newly installed JDK that I was able to get my program running.
Perhaps there is a way to reconfigure the reference to the faulty JRE for an existing project, but I don't know what that might be.
[Updated on: Wed, 16 December 2020 21:43]
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