12-24-2008 02:48 PM
I have recently installed JDE 4.6.0.
I have JAVA_HOME and PATH set to point to jdk 1.5.0_06
(MDS-CS however seems to require JDK 1.6 in order to work, so I modified the bat file)
I also installed the Bold 9000 simualtor, as it did not seem to come bundled with 4.6.0.
After that I see 2 simulator options in the JDE 9000-JDE and 9000-126.96.36.199
Now, whenever I debug my app, using either simulators, the filesystem / memory on the simulator
always seems to start from scratch.
Is there anyway to get the simulator to retain its state ? This should be the default behaviour...
12-24-2008 03:18 PM
OK, I realised that it was my app that was the issue..
For some reason, code in 4.2.1 that used PersistantStore seems not to work in 4.6.0 ...
Not sure if its the simulator or the JDE API that is the issue here...
However, I now have another issue... The second time I launch the simulator in debug mode, it cannot connect to MDS.
(First time always works..after restarting the JDE)
The simulator comes up with the Data network disconnected. Turning it on seems to make no difference.
01-02-2009 01:00 PM
01-02-2009 01:09 PM
Sorry I forgot to update this post...
I had multiple issues with JDE 4.6.0 that got resolved when I set JDK, without having a space in the PATH variable
This solved most of my issues.
However, the main issue, with the 4.6.0 JDE simulator still remains..
I had earlier download a 9000 sim package and ran the IDE-update.bat etc...
I then started to use another 9000 simulator (non-jde), which I believe has a slightly newer O/s version.
Now it works fine... So I dont know what is wrong with the JDE sim.
Strange thing is, I believe that BOTH the simulators were installed by the same download package...
JDE and non-JDE.