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Re: [QF-Test] Instrumenting JDK on the fly


  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Instrumenting JDK on the fly
  • From: "Robert Lahmer, QFS support" <support@?.de>
  • Date: Thu, 24 May 2007 10:30:16 +0200


Hello Mac,

it seems that you forgot to copy the qfconnect.jar file to the /lib/ext
directory of your JDK (cf. QF-Test manual, chapters 4.1 "Instrumenting the
JDK" and 21 "JDK instrumentation").

Best regards,
   Robert


--On Montag, Mai 21, 2007 15:04:20 -0700 Mac Martine <martine@?.com>
wrote:


I¹m tying to instrument a JDK on the fly.

First I append write an ?accessibility.properties¹ file to the JDK
location. Then I append the JDK path to ?qfconnect.properties¹.

Then as I wait for the SUT client to connect I get an error, then in the
?Manage JDK Instrumentations¹ dialog it lists the JDK but it says
?Instrumentation inconsistent¹.

What does that mean? How do I work around this?
Thanks-
Mac






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