***ALERT: JNI local ref creation exceeded capacity...

Posted on 1999-12-27
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Hi !

I am using JavaScript - Liveconnect - JAVA  JDK 1.2.

I am wondering what is the meaning of this strange alert :

***ALERT: JNI local ref creation exceeded capacity
 (creating: 17, limit:16).

At the beginning I got many of such alerts in native Java methods only during initialization of Java VM.
There, I didn't find any harm from these alerts. I am still able to do my work.

Now I have found, that I get this alert in 2 additional cases :

1. When the execution of some JAVA method fails.
2. When I call some JAVA method a couple of times and my calls are successful, but during
 the first call (execution) I got such an alert.

Thanks in Advance.

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