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Checking Paths in JavaFX

Jim Anderson
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I get a “JavaFX Launcher Error”, “Exception while running Application” when I run a wizard created program. Based on Q&A on the Web, I think my problem may be due to the JAVAFX Path settings. When I go to Tools>>Java Platforms>>"Default JavaFX Platform">>JavaFX Tab, I find only "JavaSE" >> JDK1.7. There's no Path to JavaFX.

John Damien Smith
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Joined: Jan 26, 2012
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I advise using Java 8 and NetBeans 7.4.

In Oracle Java 8, JavaFX is on the default runtime classpath (unlike in previous versions).
In NetBeans 7.4 they completely reworked the JavaFX platform stuff (to remove it as it was unnecessary and confusing).

You can get NetBeans 7.4 from:
https://netbeans.org/community/releases/74/index.html

You can get Java 8 from:
https://jdk8.java.net/download.html
John Damien Smith
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If you are using NetBeans 7.3, you can run through the following instructions to setup a JavaFX platform.
https://netbeans.org/kb/docs/java/javafx-setup.html
 
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