Getting an OpenText LiveLink exception with a Windows Service...any advice?
Yes, I do believe this is a java-related question.
Ok, here's the scenario: I built a windows service in C# that uses OpenText LiveLink to copy some files. The service works like it should on my local machine.
However, when I deploy to the testing server and start the service, it does start, however when we try to get it to move files like it's supposed to, we get the error: The type initializer for "java.util.Locale" threw an exception.
Would anyone know why this is happening? I think the LiveLink DLLs are built in Java, and that's why I'm getting a java.util.Locale exception instead of a .NET exception (since I built the service in .NET).
My co-worker and I have tried everything we can think of, and we're out of ideas.
Re: Getting an OpenText LiveLink exception with a Windows Service...any advice?
We finally figured this out. Since we were installing the Windows service on a 64-bit Windows machine, we had to install the J# 2.0 x64 Redistributable. That solved the issue.