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I had the same problem when I installed Yosemite but I was able to install the legacy java fix (Java for OS X 2014-001) from Apple's website. When I try installing that same java fix I get the following Error:Java for OS X can't be installed on this disk. A newer version of this package is already installed




Java For Os X 2014 01



hi every time a plug in my mac a small window is on my screen whit the java install and press ok and gone but ifi restart my mac o every time plug in still there so how i can do to eraser this notification please help


Tried everything and nothing has worked but i finally managed to get it running a few minutes ago. First turn your security level down to medium and untick enable java content in the browser and click apply. SImply click apply again and it should work. Worked for me ?


Note: Mac OSX 10.10 (Yosemite) was released on Thursday, October 16th 2014 by Apple after Statistics 22 was released. If you like to use Statistics 22 on Yosemite you need to install Statistics 22 Fixpack 2 as well. Statistics 22 FixPack 2 and release Statistics 23 are fully tested on Yosemite OSX 10.10. So if you like to run Statistics 22 on Yosemite please install Statistics 22 FixPack 2 and also read the section below:


Download and re-install Apple Java 6- After you upgraded your Apple Mac OSX from a previous release to 10.10, Apple Java 6 may no longer exists on your upgraded system. If you then launch Statistics 22 which is an application that relies on Java 6, it can happen, the Mac OS pops up a dialog box stating Java 6 was requested, but none is present.- The Java dialog has a "More Info" button, which when clicked opens a browser to an Apple Tech Support page for Apple Java 2014-001. A download link is provided: - Click on the download link and a DMG containing the Java 6 installer is downloaded.- Then you open the Java DMG, double click on the Java installer, follow the prompts and complete the installation of Java 6.*******


#From -to-switch-jdk-version-on-mac-os-x-maverick/function setjdk() if [ $# -ne 0 ]; then removeFromPath '/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home/bin' #Bash expansion will be "x" if JAVA_HOME set, emptystring if unset # -hackers.org/syntax/pe#use_an_alternate_value if [ -n "$JAVA_HOME+x" ]; then removeJavaFromPath "$JAVA_HOME/bin" fi export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home -v "$@") export PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH fi function removeJavaFromPath() sed -E -e "s;:$1;;" -e "s;$1:?;;")" `


The Java programming language compiler (javac) takes your source file and translates its text into instructions that the Java virtual machine can understand. The instructions contained within this file are known as bytecodes.


As a work around perhaps you may try accessing your data via ftp or using the WD app for your device instead of the browser? at work here, I havent updated java yet, so not sure about this specific issue.


I second that view. I bought Mycloud last week specifically so I could access my files anywhere. First time I try to do it, I get obscure java faults. The whole sales pitch for Mycloud is around ease of access from anywhere, yet after much web searching, I discover WD has not been watching developments (well forewarned) in the java product on which it relies. This does not say much for its product support operation, and the moderator here should be reporting this right up to the board. This is a major PR screw-up, in my book.


The warning did say the certificate would be refused completely aftert the next java update so contact the software supplier to get the certificate updated. Clearly WD have not updated the certificate and Java have carried out the threat and willno longer run the application as it stands.


From October 2014, Java 8 was the default version to download (and then again the download replacing Java 9) from the official website.[187] "Oracle will continue to provide Public Updates and auto updates of Java SE 8, Indefinitely for Personal Users".[4]


Now the only two things that you will need are: the opencv-3xx.jar file located at \opencv\build\java and the opencv_java3xx.dll library located at \opencv\build\java\x64 (for 64-bit systems) or \opencv\build\java\x86 (for 32-bit systems). The 3xx suffix of each file is a shortcut for the current OpenCV version, e.g., it will be 300 for OpenCV 3.0 and 330 for OpenCV 3.3.


To install OpenCV (with Java support) through Homebrew, you need to edit the opencv formula in Homebrew, to add support for Java:brew edit opencvIn the text editor that will open, change the line:-DBUILD_opencv_java=OFFin-DBUILD_opencv_java=ONthen, after saving the file, you can effectively install OpenCV:brew install --build-from-source opencv


After the installation of OpenCV, the needed jar file and the dylib library will be located at /usr/local/Cellar/opencv/3.x.x/share/OpenCV/java/, e.g., /usr/local/Cellar/opencv/3.3.1/share/OpenCV/java/.


Now open the terminal, go to the build folder of OpenCV and compile everything with the command: make -j. Notice that the -j flag tells make to run in parallel with the maximum number of allowed job threads, which makes the build theoretically faster.Wait for the process to be completed...If everything went well you should have opencv-3xx.jar in the /opencv/build/bin directory and libopencv_java3xx.so in the /opencv/build/lib directory. The 3xx suffix of each file is a shortcut for the current OpenCV version, e.g., it will be 300 for OpenCV 3.0 and 330 for OpenCV 3.3. This is everything you need.


In case of MacOS, if you installed OpenCV without Homebrew, you need to create a soft link with .dylib extension for the .so file. E.g., from the terminal, type:ln -s libopencv_java300.so libopencv_java300.dylib


The examples you've given, the SCA's are core java components, and the example of deploying components in PI, like JMS libraries etc using an SDA, these are Basis tasks, from a practical point of view it would be much faster to use either the command line Telnet Administrator in NW7.0x or the command line Text Console in NW 7.1x onwards.


As a simple test, open a Command Prompt window, move to the directory that is pointed to by the -vm argument in your eclipse.ini, and run the intended java.exe with the -d32 switch to test if it supports 32-bit, or -d64 to test for 64-bit support. It's often simplest to download a version of Eclipse that will work with whatever Java you already have installed.


We will support Java 8 in the coming version 12.0 release (Dec 2014). The installation of Java 6 for running VP is only a workaround to bridge this gap. Stay tune to our website ( -paradigm.com) for any news about the new version release.


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ScalabilityConsiderable effort has been put into allowing TOPCAT to work with fairly large datasets, even on modestly-specified machines. It can usually cope well with files tens or hundreds of megabytes in size (a few million rows and/or a few hundred columns). Ease of UseAlthough full documentation is provided, it is hoped that users can work out how to use a lot of the available functionality by playing around with the toolbar buttons and generally clicking things and seeing what happens. CrossmatchingThe crossmatching facilities are very flexible and pretty fast. They work well up to around between a million and ten million rows, depending on the details. Interactive GraphicsYou can do a number of different 1-, 2- and 3-dimensional plots of one or many data sets, and it's easy to see where single points or data selections in one plot appear in other plots. Expression LanguageA powerful and flexible expression language allows calculations involving table values. A rich set of general and astronomical functions is available. This can be extended by the user (with a little bit of java programming) if required.


The following papers relate to TOPCAT and STILTS developmentand functionality:2005ASPC..347...29T TOPCAT & STIL: Starlink Table/VOTable Processing SoftwareInitial publication on TOPCAT; preferred citation for TOPCAT, but content is quite outdated. (Conference paper, 4pp) 2006ASPC..351..666T STILTS - A Package for Command-Line Processing of Tabular DataInitial publication on STILTS; preferred citation for STILTS, but content is quite outdated. (Conference paper, 4pp) 2008ASPC..394..422T Column-Oriented Table Access Using STIL: Fast Analysis of Very Large TablesDiscusses row vs. column-oriented table arrangements and memory mapping. (Conference paper, 4pp) 2009ASPC..411..510T STILTS Plotting Tools: Scriptable graphics generation from small and large tablesDiscusses old-style STILTS plotting commands; mostly outdated. (Conference paper, 4pp) 2014ASPC..485..257T Visualising Large Datasets in TOPCAT v4New-style plots, including hybrid scatter plot/density map. (Conference paper, 4pp) 2015ASPC..495..177T External Use of TOPCAT's Plotting LibraryNew-style STILTS plotting commands and use of STILTS plots from external applications. (Conference paper, 4pp) 2017ASPC..512..589T TOPCAT's TAP ClientTAP client, including service discovery and GUI. (Conference paper, 4pp) 10.3390/informatics4030018 TOPCAT: Desktop Exploration of Tabular Data for Astronomy and BeyondDetailed discussion of TOPCAT as a tool for exploratory visualisation; written for non-astronomy readers. (Refereed paper for Informatics journal, 18pp) 2020ASPC..522...67T TOPCAT: Working with Data and Working with UsersOverview of approach to the technical and human issues that have been tackled during TOPCAT development history. (Invited conference paper, 10pp) 2019ASPC..523...43T TOPCAT and GaiaDiscusses some of the features of TOPCAT introduced, or relevant, for data from Gaia, especially DR2. (Conference paper, 4pp) 2022ASPC..532....3T TOPCAT Visualisation Over the WebExplains how to provide server-side TOPCAT-like interactive graphics over HTML (Conference paper, 4pp) 2021arXiv211208003T Taplint, the TAP Service ValidatorPresents taplint (Conference paper, 4pp) 2022arXiv221116913T Improving Performance in Java: TOPCAT and STILTSPresents performance improvement work between TOPCAT versions 4.6-3 and 4.8-7 (Coference paper, 4pp)


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