Re: Getting Help on Visad SpreadSheet

> With reference to the e-mail dated  24 June 1999, I downloaded the latest
> version of Visad package and compiled it successfully. But I encountered a
> problem in executing the SpreadSheet Application.
>
> Problem encountered:
>
> I'm working on Windows98 environment in my home computer. I tried to execute
> the application using 'java -mx64m visad.ss.SpreadSheet' but it gave the
> message,
>
> "cannot construct spreadsheet cells. A remote error occurred: Listen failed on
> port:0; nested exception is: java.net.SocketException: Option unsupported by
> protocol: create"
>
> My home computer is not connected to a network. But in my computer in the
> University which is working on WindowsNT environment I was able to execute the
> SpreadSheet application without any error and it is connected to the network.
> But in the Display menu 'Java3D' is disabled, although I have installed
> Java3D, and the icons are not visible in the button bar.
>
> Please be kind enough to support me in this situation.
> Thanking you,
>
> Yours sincerely,
> S.D Senaratne
>
> N.B
> I have sent this email previously. But I didn't get the support.

You previously sent this email on 5 July, and both Curtis and I
sent you answers on 6 July.  We tried to duplicate your problem
on a Windows 98 system not connected to the Internet, but never
got the error you report.  Thus we suggested that you should check
whether TCP/IP is installed on your Windows 98 system, and gave
you instructions for checking that.  Did you check it?

I also explained to you that when 'Java3D' is disabled it indicates
that the SpreadSheet got an UnsatisfiedLinkError when it tried
to start Java3D (it could not load the Java3D native library, or
OpenGL is not properly installed).  So I asked if you could run
'java HSVDisplay' correrctly in your visad/examples directory, as
a test for whether Java3D is installed.  Did you try to run it?

On July 7 we made a change to VisAD, to try to guard against
the error you got.  We told you it was difficult to test this
change, since we are unable to duplicate your error.  Did you
re-download and re-install VisAD since July 7, and try again?

Bottom line, you got lots of support.  Did you try our
suggestions?
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