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Will Ireports 5.6 run on Windows 10?


donna.ragsdale

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Yes, it does. I guest, the main thing is about Java 8.

 

I set jdkhome="C:Program FilesJavajdk1.7.0_80"

in the C:Program Files (x86)JaspersoftiReport-5.6.0etcireport.conf

 

It does not work with jdk1.8.0_60, maybe it works with an older version of java.

 

Product Version: Jaspersoft iReport Designer 5.6.0

Java: 1.7.0_80; Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM 24.80-b11

System: Windows 8.1 version 6.3 running on amd64; Cp1252; en_US (ireport)

Userdir: C:Usersmcp.ireport5.6.0

I'm not sure why in About says Windows 8.1, I'm not using compatibility mode.

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I have Java 8 latest build u102, iReport 5.6 on Windows 10.

The start-up fails while: "Loading cached objects" ... no messages, even if I run from the command line.

I am looking for a log file or command line option that will let me troubleshoot this problem.  Something like --logfile report.log ??

Since the last thing I see is loading from cache, I tried to point it to a specific directory, as is done with netbeans IDE.  I don' think that option is supported.  Seems to be ignoring it.

...ireport.exe  --jdkhome=c:javau102x64  --userdir  d:ireportv05.06user --cachedir d:ireportv05.06cache[/code]

Can someone tel lme where logging goes?  And/or how to turn logging on either on command line or from the conf file?

many thanks, w.

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