Application Fails to Start
No Java Runtime Environment (JRE) was found
Reflection X Advantage applications require a JRE on your system. On Windows systems, the JRE is included as a separate feature in the installation -- called Java Runtime Environment (JRE). If this feature has not been installed and no additional JRE is available on your system, you see a message saying that the application "failed to start because no Java Runtime Environment was found." To resolve this, install the JRE using the procedure below.
If the JRE feature is not installed and an alternate JRE is found on your system, Reflection X Advantage will start using the alternate JRE, but you will see errors or warning messages in the log files if this JRE is not correctly configured. For information about these messages, see Changing the JRE.
To install the default JRE
Database may be in inconsistent state
Reflection X Advantage applications store data in a database file (flatfiledb-data.xml). During some operations a backup file (flatfiledb-data.xml.bak) is created temporarily. If the backup file is still present in the database folder when you start X Manager, X Manager, or X Administrative Console, you may see a message saying that the "Database may be in inconsistent state" and the application will not start.
To restore the database when a .bak file is present
When Reflection X Advantage applications start, they request a block of memory from the computer system. If your system's memory is limited or fragmented, you may see an error saying "Application failed to start due to insufficient memory." This is more likely to occur if you have installed the 32-bit version of Reflection X Advantage. If you are running on a 64-bit system and have access to the 64-bit installer, you should install that version. If you are on a 32-bit system, restarting Windows may resolve the problem. If you continue to see this message, you may be able to resolve it by reducing the maximum memory available to the Reflection X Advantage JVM. For details, see Technical Note 2657.