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Tibco Hawk Display

eloimachado eloimachado
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Hello!

When I am trying to run my Tibco Hawk Display, I get the window of Tibco Hawk Display Startup... telling me "Initializing WorkspaceManager..." for ever!

Why this happens? What shoud I do to solve this problem and start the Hawk Display?

Note: I use W2k.
eloimachado eloimachado
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Don Stadler
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Perhaps the Java Gods are punishing you for violating the Javaranch naming conventions?
eloimachado eloimachado
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Originally posted by Don Stadler:
Perhaps the Java Gods are punishing you for violating the Javaranch naming conventions?


Thanks for the answer. But what shoud I do to solve this problem?
Lasse Koskela
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The answer will come to you after reading the naming policy

By the way, since TIBCO products aren't too widely used (relatively speaking, of course) you might have a far better chance of getting answers from TIBCO's official support channels.


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Sachin Joshi
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Originally posted by eloimachado eloimachado:
Hello!

When I am trying to run my Tibco Hawk Display, I get the window of Tibco Hawk Display Startup... telling me "Initializing WorkspaceManager..." for ever!

Why this happens? What shoud I do to solve this problem and start the Hawk Display?

Note: I use W2k.



Hi,

Do check you have all the things installed as per the requirements specified in Tibco Hawk Manual. i.e. check this

1. Required O.S. Version
2. Required JDK Version(this is important)
3. environment variables are set or not
4. Are you runnning the Hawk Display with required user grants i.e. if the manual specifies "root" user to run the hawk.

Hope this helps.

Sachin

P.S. Do visit Naming Policy of the Ranch site.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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