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Similar Posts by Content Area: 4.0, java, jdk, path, sqldev, windows 103 comments add yours John Dent posted 1 month ago Hi Jeff, Briefly put, I'm trying to upgrade SqlDeveloper from Excellent solution. :) May 22, [email protected] Great to know you got it solved. When I start sqldeveloper.exe file, the application starts but there is something wrong with the menus, windows of the app. February 21, 2010ReplyMayThank you so much. http://davegaubatz.com/oracle-error/oracle-error-when.html

This is the only combination I have been able to get to work on Windows 7 32/64 IE/8/9 combinations. When I select the location of the JDK home, it also sent one error message saying that it couldn't find any JVMs where I said. Is Java here? June 28, 2011ReplyramGreat!..Thanks a lot..it worked after replacing the latest jvm.dll June 30, 2011ReplyKevinWhat can I say, execept thank you, you saved me datys of work, life saver mate, well done

What is this aircraft with elaborate folding wings? If they don't match, try downloading the bundle again. August 3, 2010ReplyNicThanxxx!!!! I installed the 64bit oracle, and I guess 32 bit Oracle Developers Suite on my Laptop with Windows 7 x64 bit, AMD Duel Core M320 processor/4GB memory.

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Your fix worked! I'm all for helping others solve the problem, hence the reason for posting this in the first place. Launching the most recent SQL Developer version 4.1.3 in Windows 10 shows an error: Unable to launch the Java Virtual Machine Located at path: C:\Users\\Downloads\sqldeveloper-4.1.3.20.78-x64\sqldeveloper\jdk\jre\bin\server\jvm.dll The path exists and is valid. Thanks reply thatjeffsmith posted 2 years ago If you're on Windows, you need to set the property in the product.conf file.

I went to one of the company's web-based applications, which popped up the java console (Java Plug-in 1.6.0_45, Using JRE version 1.6.0_45-b06 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM), so it must use java. I took your advice and went looking in C:\Users\alawlor\AppData\Roaming\SQL Developer on my Win7 PC, but I cannot find any subfolder called 1.0.0.0.0 and a full search of the contents of my After that, I was able to launch our Oracle forms. https://ariklalo.com/2012/05/27/unable-to-create-an-instance-of-the-java-virtual-machine-jvm-dll/ I reinstalled Data Modeler - still got the stupid popup.

Tried launching SQLDev and it still thinks I am on 1.7.0.45 (its still there, but so is 1.7.0.71). Those following the first instance are ignored. Absurd! reply Tobias posted 2 years ago Hi Jeff, the hint for changing launcher.sh only works for Linux/Unix.

December 28, 2009ReplyMuhammedI've been having this damn problem for ages, and finding no solution for it. January 18, 2010ReplyLori EdwardsI love you! A cabinet file contains compressed application, data, resource and DLL files. also, have you set up the Java environment variables?

Tried the same file across couple of other systems and it worked fine, and hence I proceeded with this post. http://davegaubatz.com/oracle-error/oracle-error-key-xe-reg.html I double clicked on C:/Program Files/sqldeveloper/sqldeveloper.exe I get the following message: Unable to launch the Java Virtual Machine Located at path: C:/Program Files/sqldeveloper/jdk/jre/bin/server/jvm.dll Can someone please help me? Like you, I'm crazy and have old installations kicking around. I tried many things without succes...

Thanks reply thatjeffsmith posted 7 months ago ok, well that has nothing to do with the java, if you didn't have java setup, you'd never be able to run SQLDev, much See figure below : SolutionThe Oracle SQL developer is NOT supported on 64 bits JDK. Then follow the instructions the installer provides. http://davegaubatz.com/oracle-error/oracle-error.html Article How to Navigate the Startup Settings Menu in Windows 10 & 8 Get the Most From Your Tech With Our Daily Tips Email Address Sign Up There was an error.

This has been major problem for me for a long time. Thanks April 4, [email protected] - there's no way to do it from server side. Do your VM memory settings allow for the SQL Developer config's JVM size?

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Works fine now. Thanks GAG June 9, 2010ReplySathyaHi GAG, I'm sorry I don't have a clue as to why this happens. Find all words beginning with a given prefix How should a "working mathematician" think about sets? (ZFC, category theory, urelements) Am I right to think this homework problem on counting triangles Win 7 64 bit IE 9 Thanks!

reply thatjeffsmith posted 2 years ago Agreed 1000% - and we FINALLY have that rectified in the latest release and going forward. reply thatjeffsmith posted 2 years ago That message definitely needs updated to accurately reflect the location of the configuration for the JVM. I also tried downloading the latest JDK 8u77 x64.exe just to see if it would help. his comment is here Tomatolord December 22, [email protected] Hey.

I was having a tough time with IE8 launching oracle forms services. What I'm trying to launch is a software called CMiC which is an Oracle based software. Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: ☰ Menu SQL Developer Data Modeling Ask A Question Videos About Oracle SQL reply thatjeffsmith posted 8 months ago i just emailed you a link to an online meeting, i'll step you through this - check your spam box, it's from [emailprotected] - or

Other possible explanation would be that the web app is using Sun's JRE, instead of jinitiator. Typically this full path looks something like C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_\bin. I have different problem with windows 7(32 bit). n am pretty sure my windows is 64 bit.

Tell Others About This Story:Facebook2LinkedIn1Twitter0 By thatjeffsmith I'm a Senior Principal Product Manager at Oracle for Oracle SQL Developer. What java version did you grab your dll from? Only some parts of the letters can be read. I'm a product manager but highly un-techy… So if you direct me to uncomment out something, I'll need some good instruction 🙂 Vlad K posted 8 months ago Need help with

Sathya, After replac that DLL,tts working, but very slow. Just pasted your file into C:\Program Files\oracle\JInitiator 1.3.1.25\bin\hotspot February 10, 2010ReplyScottBravo! Creating source files in Notepad - In Microsoft Windows, when you create a new file in Microsoft Notepad and then save it for the first time, Notepad normally adds the .txt In your case I should try the solution mentioned in this other blog .

Please Assist September 29, 2011ReplyJaneThanks, this solved my problem. reply Irshad Ahmad posted 11 months ago Spot on, you are right. Restart Internet Explorer - OR - (4) Disable 3rd-party browser extensions as follows: - From the browser menu Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced - Uncheck "Enable third-party browser extensions" First