Re: Start with VisAD ....

Hi David,
I am sorry for all the problems you are having.  Something very strange
is going on here.
> compiles ok, but when I run it, it gives me the
> following exceptions:
> Couldn't decode attribute y:units="promiscuous": Unit not in database
> Couldn't decode attribute x:units="promiscuous": Unit not in database
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
>         at visad.util.DataUtility.makeSimpleDisplay(Compiled Code)
>         at VerySimple.main(
If you run under jdb, so the Exception will give line numbers,
that will make it easier.  One possibility is that the file read
failed, and SatDisplay passed a null Data object to
DataUtility.makeSimpleDisplay.  SatDisplay reads its data directly
from an ftp server, and might have timed out.
> program also compiles ok, and I loaded
> dataset into this program, a 4-step 2D image appears in
> one of four windows. But on the command, it shows the following
> strange information:
> A nonfatal internal JIT <3.00.078<x>> error "regvar" has occured in :
>    'visad/data/DefaultFamily$ <>Z': Interpreting method.
>    Please report this error in detail to
This is real spooky - an internal error in Java with an invitation
to tell Sun.  I haven't seen an error like this for over a year.
> We installed Java3D into window NT, and tried to run the two examples
> relating to Java3D.
> compiles ok, but the following exceptions occured when
> I run it:
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoCLassDefFoundError:
> javax/media/j3d/GeometryArray
>         at HSVDisplay(
This indicates that Java3D may be improperly installed, since Java
cannot find a Java3D class.
> program can not pass compilatio with the following
> Method disableAction() not found in class
>         display.disableAction();
>                              ^
> Method enableAction() not found in class
>         display.enableAction();
>                             ^
This is spooky again.  DisplayImpl extends ActionImpl which does
define the disableAction and enableAction methods.  Possibly you
have more than one copy of the VisAD classes in your CLASSPATH,
one old and one new (say, a visad.jar file, and class files
compiled from source).  The disableAction and enableAction methods
were added to ActionImpl within the last few weeks, so if you
got copies from our ftp server at different times, you could have
one version with these methods and one without them.
Given how spooky all this is, you might delete Java 2, Java3D and
VisAD, and reinstall everything very methodically.  I don't know
much about NT, but VisAD does run properly on NT.  If reinstalling
doesn't solve it, you might consider giving us access to your
account, so one of our NT experts can log on remotely and check
things out.
Bill Hibbard, SSEC, 1225 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI  53706
hibbard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  608-263-4427  fax: 608-263-6738

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