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C++ Java interoperability while migrating from from JDK 1.2 to JDK 1.3.1

Hi All,

   I have a serious issue migrating from JDK 1.2.2 to JDK 1.3.1 .
We have a Forte 7.0 C++ client talking to JDK 1.2.2 server sitting on
Orbix 3.3.7.
When I use JDK 1.3.1 the C++ client dies saying
12003 12000  Unknown Error.
The call that fails take two parameters string and long.
I tried debugging the Server side code , but what i found is the
control does not enter the skeleton, even the "invoke"  method was not
called. I tried moving to iiop version 1.1 , but even that didn't work
:-(

Currently I am compiling the sever side code with jdk1.3.1 , but JRE is
1.2.2 and it works fine.

Please help me.

Regards,
Abhishek.

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abhi
1/14/2006 5:32:35 PM
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In <1137259954.950486.158010@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com> "abhi" <abhishek1225@gmail.com> writes:

>Hi All,

>   I have a serious issue migrating from JDK 1.2.2 to JDK 1.3.1 .

1.3.1 is stone age?? Why are you wasting your time with it?

>We have a Forte 7.0 C++ client talking to JDK 1.2.2 server sitting on
>Orbix 3.3.7.
>When I use JDK 1.3.1 the C++ client dies saying
>12003 12000  Unknown Error.
>The call that fails take two parameters string and long.
>I tried debugging the Server side code , but what i found is the
>control does not enter the skeleton, even the "invoke"  method was not
>called. I tried moving to iiop version 1.1 , but even that didn't work
>:-(

>Currently I am compiling the sever side code with jdk1.3.1 , but JRE is
>1.2.2 and it works fine.

First, the ORB included in the SUN JDKs does not have a good reputation,
because it handles some things in a non-standard way and it's buggy. This
has been addressed to some degree in later versions. But it should not
fail in such a way.

I suspect a setup problem, like:

Did you regenerate your stubs and skeletons (or ties) with 1.3.1?
Are you really using the OMG classes provided by the "new" version?
Basically, you should verify your classpath anyway.

HTH,
Uli
-- 
Dipl. Inf. Ulrich Teichert|e-mail: Ulrich.Teichert@gmx.de
Stormweg 24               |listening to: Suicide Drive (The Deep Eynde)
24539 Neumuenster, Germany|Public Pervert (Interpol) Cauchemar (Op�ration S)
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Ulrich
1/15/2006 2:09:14 PM
We are using a powertier ejb server which is compatible upto JDK 1.3
Tried all  but no luck :-(



Ulrich.Teichert@gmx.de wrote:
> In <1137259954.950486.158010@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com> "abhi" <abhish=
ek1225@gmail.com> writes:
>
> >Hi All,
>
> >   I have a serious issue migrating from JDK 1.2.2 to JDK 1.3.1 .
>
> 1.3.1 is stone age?? Why are you wasting your time with it?
>
> >We have a Forte 7.0 C++ client talking to JDK 1.2.2 server sitting on
> >Orbix 3.3.7.
> >When I use JDK 1.3.1 the C++ client dies saying
> >12003 12000  Unknown Error.
> >The call that fails take two parameters string and long.
> >I tried debugging the Server side code , but what i found is the
> >control does not enter the skeleton, even the "invoke"  method was not
> >called. I tried moving to iiop version 1.1 , but even that didn't work
> >:-(
>
> >Currently I am compiling the sever side code with jdk1.3.1 , but JRE is
> >1.2.2 and it works fine.
>
> First, the ORB included in the SUN JDKs does not have a good reputation,
> because it handles some things in a non-standard way and it's buggy. This
> has been addressed to some degree in later versions. But it should not
> fail in such a way.
>
> I suspect a setup problem, like:
>
> Did you regenerate your stubs and skeletons (or ties) with 1.3.1?
> Are you really using the OMG classes provided by the "new" version?
> Basically, you should verify your classpath anyway.
>
> HTH,
> Uli
> --
> Dipl. Inf. Ulrich Teichert|e-mail: Ulrich.Teichert@gmx.de
> Stormweg 24               |listening to: Suicide Drive (The Deep Eynde)
> 24539 Neumuenster, Germany|Public Pervert (Interpol) Cauchemar (Op=E9rati=
on S)

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abhi
1/17/2006 7:54:55 AM
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