Subject:Crash on 'Help-About' and 'File - New XSL' Author:Peter Tribulski Date:14 Jan 2002 10:56 AM
Stylus Studio crashes on "Help - About" and "File - New XSLT Stylesheet".
This has been happening for awhile.
I just grabbed 3.1 bld 69h, uninstalled and re-installed and it still fails.
This is the "promo" version. I first noticed the problem at the beginning of the year. Conicidentally, the same time I noticed the banner ad changed from "eXcelon" link to "XML Tips and Tricks" link.
I cleared out the log file before re-install, so the attached log illustrates the two entries which are created by the single failure during "New XSLT Stylesheet" (no other activity performed, just start Studio and click on File, then click New, then click XSLT Stylesheet.
Subject:Re: Crash on 'Help-About' and 'File - New XSL' Author:Minollo I. Date:14 Jan 2002 11:03 AM
This is usually caused by problems in your JVM installation.
I'm positive the crash won't happen if you select Tools|Options|Java
Virtual Machine, and un-check the "Enabled" button.
But before doing that, you may want try fixing the JVM issue: it looks like
currently Stylus Studio is detecting a JVM in C:\Program
Files\JavaSoft\JRE\1.2; but one piece of it (jdwp) is in C:\jdk1.2.2\bin
Can you try modifying the entries in the Tools|Options|Java Virtual Machine
dialog to force Stylus Studio to point to the JVM version in c:\jdk1.2.2
(something like "Runtime Library: c:\jdk1.2.2\jre\bin\classic\jvm.dll" and
"Home Directory: c:\jdk1.2.2"