I'm using Mozilla 1.1 beta (build ID:200207203) and get two identical error messages that say "java.lang.ArrayIndexOut of BoundsException 0>=0" When opening up a java applet called Datek Streamer. I click OK on the two error messages and it opens up an incomplete console without the selection buttons necessary to retrieve streaming quotes.
Reporter: You assigned this bug to you. That means you want to fix this bug yourself ? -> Oji which JRE Do you use ?
Assignee: urepu → joe.chou
Severity: blocker → major
Component: Java-Implemented Plugins → OJI
QA Contact: avm → pmac
Sol, does it work using another browser?
Summary: Error message on opening applet (1st time bug reporter ) → Error message on opening applet
Greg: I am able to get this to work on "IE 5.1.5 for the MAC" Matti: I use MRJ 2.5.5 Sol
Re-assign to Babak.
Assignee: joe.chou → babak.mahbod
Sol, do you see the exceptions before the authentication dialog appears or after you log in?
Greg: So I'm logged into my Datek account, and select "Streamer" from the middle pull down menu "RESOURCES". It first loads the blank frame of the console applet window, then the exception prompts come, and not until I clear these two prompts does any content load inside the console (minus the buttons to select for streamer etc). Thus, it is before any login or authentication prompts associated with launching streamer from the console.
Sol, can you still reproduce this problem using a recent nightly build?
Greg: I haven't tried a nightly build before because of memory constraints with my system. The latest Moz-Brows I've used is Build ID 2002091014 and the problem is reproducible. I'll try to download a nightly build and see if I can get it to work. Sol
Greg: I don't have enough memory to do nightly builds according to what I've read; Is this right? I have 96mb and it says I need 128mb Ram just to attempt it. I have downloaded the latest Moz 1.2b Build ID 2002101612, and the problem is reproduced exactly using this build. Sol
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 58751 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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