thanks for the swift response!
on the first run the program creates a .lock file in the dir.
on second(and each consecutive run) it will create files with the names
it also creates one file called 'sip-communicator0.log.0.lck'
the contents of each logfile have the following line:
util.launchutils.SipCommunicatorLock.readLockFile().339 Lock file
contains no lock address.
and that is true because the .lock file is empty and the *.lck file likewise
Let's hope it is an easy problem because my java skills are nowadays old
On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 4:48 PM, Emil Ivov <email@example.com > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
На 23.11.10 11:51, Fredrik Svensson написа:
> I'm trying to evaluate some different SIP compatible programs and
> run sip-communicator, it is the 22/11 build. I have tried both the x64
> and x86 as I'm running on Windows 7 64-bit.
> My problem is that the program never starts or it starts sets the
> .lock file but
> apparently gets some kind of exception and exits. I have not seen the
> main window as of yet.
Could it be that it starts minimized in the systray? Do you see the SIP
Communicator icon in there?
If yes, then try double-clicking it. If not then we'd need to see the
log files. Here's how you could find them:
> I suppose I could download the code and run it through eclipse but i
> thought that there perhaps was an easier way to understand what
> kind of problem the program sees in my system...
If push comes to shove that, and you do need to start it from source,
then doing so with "ant rebuild run" would be easier than having to
integrate it in eclipse.
Hope this helps,