2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 15, 2006 5:48 PM by Chris Laprun

    Does JBoss WS use any Swing or AWT classes?

    Chris Laprun Master

      I'm using OS X and each time my app does something WS-related a new application named org.jboss.Main pops up. Is anyone else experiencing the same problem?

        • 1. Re: Does JBoss WS use any Swing or AWT classes?
          Sidney Zurch Novice

          You mean a non-descript, default java icon shows up in the dock?

          I've noticed that happening. In fact, I've got one in my dock right now

          I don't think the behavior is specific to JBossWS, though, and I'm not sure you could call it a problem. I think you may be able to observe this behavior after running any JBoss application for any length of time.

          Related to output/logging maybe?

          OS X 10.4.8/JDK 1.5.0_06/JBoss 4.0.5


          • 2. Re: Does JBoss WS use any Swing or AWT classes?
            Chris Laprun Master

            I'm working on Portal and the app pops up as soon as we access WSRP (which uses JBoss WS) so I'm pretty sure it's related to JBoss WS. I haven't looked into it in great details for lack of time but it didn't use to happen. I think it started with JBWS 1.0.3 (though I cannot say for sure).

            And it is a problem if it uses Swing-related classes that can cause problems in a headless context (at least, I know it was an issue at some point).