pranaynanda

java.lang.NymberFormatException

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Guys, it's a general administration question related to java. Our commercial application does not run properly and the logs show that the error thrown is java.lang.NymberFormatException. However, when we do a profile reset or login with other users, the same installation on the same machine runs perfect. Any idea what can be the possibilities that can checked to troubleshoot this problem? We've tried everything including removing and reinstalling Java, the application and anything that could be closely related. We have also tried cleaning the registry, cache and temporary files. Please help.

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So it is only happening for a single user profile?


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Does this particular account use the same locale number format setting (e.g. 1.000.000,00 vs 1,000,000.00 vs 1 000 000,00 or something weirder) ?


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@JLogan3o13 Yes.

@jchd Yes. I also thought the same but then I compared it to some other machine on which I could login with that user and the regional settings were the same.

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It's solved. It was a profile related issue. Made some changes in the Roaming profile folder of the application and it worked.

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