Re: IndexOutOfBoundsException

Hi Henner,

Both versions 1.1.3 and 1.2 of Java3D have serious problems,
so we still run with Java3D version 1.1.2.  We are in contact
with Sun about this and expect that versdion 1.2.1 will fix
all these problems and bring new advantages.  Meanwhile,
use version 1.1.2.  If you do not have it, let us know and
we will make it available to you.

Cheers,
Bill
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On Wed, 21 Jun 2000, Mattheus, Henner wrote:

> hi bill and all the others,
> i am using the latest jdk1.3 and tried to get rid of that
> IndexOutOfBoundsException. working on the problem i encountered this mail:
> 
> >Hi Domagoj,
> >
> >An Exception just like the one you reported
> >[java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException in
> >java.util.ArrayList.RangeCheck()] was reported this morning
> >on the Java3D mailing list, by someone not using VisAD.
> >
> >This was reported as a bug in the Java3D beta for version 1.2.
> >
> >Are you using the Java3D beta?
> >
> >If you or anyone on the VisAD mailing list are using the
> >Java3D beta, I suggest installing Java3D 1.1.3 instead.
> >
> >Cheers,
> >Bill
> 
> the java3d-version that produced this exception together with jdk1.3 was:
> "java3d 1.2sdk (open gl version)" - no beta version.
> ok, i installed Java3D 1.1.3 instead, but now the 3ddisplay are left empty -
> they look just like a big empty JFrame, there isn't even the black
> background of the display, although the program doesn't throw any exception.
> what can i do to solve this problem? do i have to use jdk1.2.2?
> 
> cheers,
> 
> henner
>