hyperbole wrote:I like to get this thread back on track: I'm also struggling with trying to resolve the issues with GWT Designer 2.0 and Eclipse 3.3. My platform is:
Windows XP Professional
hyperbole wrote:I'm consistently getting Unknown Window Type errors
hyperbole wrote:And I've gotten the same exception from Eclipse 3.2, GWT 1.3.3, and GWT Designer 1.7. The only thing that has remained constant is the OS and my JDK platform.
Eric Clayberg wrote:If you have been seeing the same issue with GWT 1.3.3 and GWTD 1.7, then it is definitely unrelated to the topic of the original thread which was specific to OSX and GWTD 2.0.
hyperbole wrote:A little presumptuous I would say, since we don't have an answer yet.
hyperbole wrote:Please correct me if I'm wrong, but the two stack traces are identical except for the GWTState initialization. For the original poster (and he's an OSX user), the initialization behavior is being delegated (?) to GWTStateSaf; in my case, it's GWTStateIE6.
hyperbole wrote:Am I correct to assume that state initialization is dependent on our browsers' configurations (i.e. IE6)? I have IE7 on my system only. Is IE6 a requirement?
Eric Clayberg wrote:Some questions for you:
1) How do you have GWT Designer installed? Using the installer or ZIP file? If you used the zip file, this FAQ entry may help.
Eric Clayberg wrote:2) Are you able to launch any GWT apps in hosted mode from within Eclipse? For example, if you create create a new project using the GWT Designer project wizard, can you run the resulting ImageViewer class?
Eric Clayberg wrote:3) Have you tried each of the suggestions in the FAQ entry I referenced earlier? Those suggestions are known to solve the problem under Windows in every case that has been reported to us so far.
hyperbole wrote:I've installed the Eclipse 3.3/GWT Designer 2.0 environment on a separate workstation. Everything works fine; I'm able to use the visual editor.
hyperbole wrote:So far, I'm unable to reproduce the problem. I even disabled java on IE. Now the only difference between the original and the 2nd workstation is that the original had Firefox as its default browser.
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