Multiterm7 null error java (again)
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roderick_c  Identity Verified
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Jan 28, 2010

Help!
I have Multierm7 installed on my computer. I have just upgraded the computer from Windows XP to Windows 7 and installed SDL Trados7 Freelance including Multiterm7. On trying to add entries I received the now-familiar "null" and "java.lang.exception" which has bugged me at various stages in the last few years.
However, I have up to now been able to solve this problem by deactivating the next generation of java plugins (http://talisma.sdl.com 2362), but now it appears that I have the latest version of java (JRE 6) installed on my computer and JRE 5 update 10 either does not exist or has been deleted.

I would be very grateful for any suggestions

Thanks

Rod Chuck


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Adi Al-Ka'bi
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Restore Jan 28, 2010

Reastore to your previous status before the undesirable updates/installations took place

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roderick_c  Identity Verified
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Situation update Jan 28, 2010

In the meantime I have downloaded and reinstalled JRE 5 update 10 (which is apparently necessary for Trados) and have deleted MultiTerm7dot.xml, another suggestion by users having this problem. All to no avail.

Thanks for the (implied) suggestion of restoring WindowsXP after having installed Windows7. I assume this suggestion was either facetious or ironic!

Rod Chuck


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Adi Al-Ka'bi
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Restore 2 Jan 28, 2010

Go back (restore) to just before installing whatever introduced a fault.

I don't run any translation software on my computers. But just because some software operated on a previous system (in your case Windows XP) it does not necessarily mean it will operate on a new operating system (in your case Windows 7). Like some web cams, scanners, printers that ran on Millenium (for example) do not necessarily operate on XP (and vice versa sometimes). At some stage some older software are no longer compatible to newer operating systems.

Restoring to previous operating system was not implied above. There is no "restore" to a previous operating system function once an updated (or new) version is installed.

You can try to install again after restore, but if the same fault occurs it will normally mean that the software (that ran on XP) is no longer functional on the new operating system or wait until a service pack (or specialized remedy) comes up or someone suggests a solution.

[Edited at 2010-01-28 21:17 GMT]


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