Thanks, Chris. I think you are right, the problem was mostly caused by
MySQL, after I reconfigured the mySQl service instance, the demo went
well now. I do no really know what change cause the correction
actually. Anyway, it works now.
I am using geotools 2.0.0 bin package and Mysql 4.1 version.
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 17:29:11 -0500 (EST), Chris Holmes
> That sounds very, very nasty. Is it a development version of mysql or
> something? It sounds more like a bug in mysql than geotools. I mean, it
> could be a bug in geotools - but mysql should not be completely crashing
> if there is a bug in java code.
> Probably would be good to get at the sql statement that is causing the
> grief. You can turn on java logging, if you set it to FINER I think you
> should be able to get at the sql request being issued.
> On Tue, 1 Mar 2005, bird mop wrote:
> > I download spearfish demo for mysql and find something very strange.
> > It went well at the fisrt time, but at the second run, the program
> > crashed mysqld-nt.exe daemon with a error of:
> > "the instruction at "0x00a7108e" referenced memory at "0x00bb100". The
> > memory could not be written"."
> > The location of the error is :
> > "
> > mapPane.setMapContext(map);
> > "
> > and this happends always after one successful run. (of coz i have to
> > restart the mysql servies after crash)
> > Anybody can help?
> > (BTW: i use geotools binary packages)
> > thanks!
> > regards,
> > Sun