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Error starting up Java application

 
Fred Victa
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I started up a Java application on my resin server and I found the following error message in one of the log files:

failed scanning class /C:/ResinServer/webapps/myApplication/WEB-INF/lib/icu4j-2.6.1.jar
java.lang.IllegalStateException: /C:/ResinServer/webapps/myApplication/WEB-INF/lib/icu4j-2.6.1.jar: '60' is an unknown constant pool type.

What does this error message mean?

What is the icu4j-2.6.1.jar used for?

 
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As far as I can see, it means that Resin scanned the bytecode found in that jar and came across something it couldn't make sense of. Here's a link to the actual source code which threw that exception: ByteCodeClassScanner.

As for what the jar is used for... it's in your web application, so surely you must have put it there? Here's its website: Introduction to ICU.

(All links courtesy of Google, Inc.)
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:As far as I can see, it means that Resin scanned the bytecode found in that jar and came across something it couldn't make sense of. Here's a link to the actual source code which threw that exception: ByteCodeClassScanner.

As for what the jar is used for... it's in your web application, so surely you must have put it there? Here's its website: Introduction to ICU.

(All links courtesy of Google, Inc.)


Thank you for the information. I looked at the source code of the ByteCodeClassScanner and I have a question about it. What is a constant pool? I was just wondering because the ByteCodeClassScanner makes reference to it.
 
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