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VUGen using 64-bit JRE- Not able to record via Java over HTTP - App does not start

Hi All,

 

Am trying to record a Java Application, however the VUGen is starts recording in 64-bit mode -

[API Trapper (14cc: 7cc)] Recording in 32-bit mode: D:\Users\<Username>\Downloads\<AppName>.exe
[API Trapper ( 534: 928)] Recording in 64-bit mode: C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_60\bin\javaw.exe

 

It is working on the other machine where it uses a 32-bit JRE.

 

Have tried out by changing the Path and Class path variables to include the desired 32-bit JDK.

Also changed the Recording Options -> Java VM, however it is not working.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Suresh.

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Re: VUGen using 64-bit JRE- Not able to record via Java over HTTP - App does not start

Hi Suresh, 

The officially supported versions of Oracle JDK are 1.6.x 1.7.x. for LR 12.50

Please have a look at the Product available Matrixes.

https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM00828655

I would suggest you to uninstall 1.8 JRE and/or JDK and install 1.6 or 1.7 32 bit JDK as you mentioned that it is working with a 32bit JDK on another machine. 

 

Kind regards, 
Vesela 

 

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Re: VUGen using 64-bit JRE- Not able to record via Java over HTTP - App does not start

Hello Suresh

 

It strongly depends on local settings, like PATH environment variable, and particular application’s settings too. These settings should be taken into account in order to figure out minimal and precise solution. Since I don’t have all this information, I can only suggest to temporary uninstall x64 kind of JRE.

 

Thanks, Dmitry

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