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When running a Java Frameworks test why do I see the error "An unexpected exception has been detected in native code outside the VM..."

When running a Java Frameworks test why do I see the error "An unexpected exception has been detected in native code outside the VM..."

This error is caused by an issue with the AttachThread()method contained in the Java package silk.performer.SilkPerformer. It will occur when a BDL function is called from within the Java code (using the SilkPerformer context object). All BDL functions work properly when not called by the Silk Performer context object in the Java Frameworks script.

To identify if your scripts are affected search for the AttachThread() method in the Java Frameworks script, this method is invoked on the SilkPerformer context object.

This issue was resolved in Silk Performer 6.01 (Build 1816). You can download the latest version of Silk Performer here.

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