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Apr 5, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / Solution to Crashing

On further examination….

I deleted all my jbidwatcher data, upgraded to Java 8, switched back to derby and its working smoothly for 24 hours now.

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / Let's pay Morgan for a fully working version

“This person has been doing it since at least May, and has made over $2,000 at my expense.”

I am a lawyer. Your product is copyrighted. I would enjoy suing Tom Campbell for $1M and split the money with you. He is Washington resident.

http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=96082015

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / Let's pay Morgan for a fully working version

“$1 for each successful snipe”

I’m sniping gold Jewelry for $1. This would never work for me. LOL!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Green-Peridot-CLASSY-18k-Gold-Filled-Womans-Rings-US-Size6-A6904-/301132217625

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / Let's pay Morgan for a fully working version

“It is, however, intensely demoralizing to me, having now put over nine years of effort into developing JBidwatcher”

Dude, you just admitted you don’t make squat with it. Release it as open Source. I’ll fix it and you can be the hero. Change your attitude about people ripping you off and welcome others to work with your code instead. Sheesh…..

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / Problems with 2.5.5-0

Try rolling back your version of Java and then make sure that Java doesn’t update itself.

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / 2.5.5 - high cpu usage when scrolling/viewing long 'complete' tab list

If you have a ton of auctions, you are probably screwed until the list view code is fixed but try rolling back to JRE 1.6.xxx

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / comes up "nul"

If you are using the built in db:

1) Try deleting all your data (your database) or total clean install.
2) Try switching to MySQL if you can.
3) Try Java version 6 if you have version 7

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / JBidwatcher 2.5.5 50% CPU

If you are using Java 7, Try rolling back to version 6.xx

 
Apr 1, 2014
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Comment Topic: JBidwatcher Help / Solution to Crashing

I run it on a powerful 64 bit Wintel server. As far as the Buggy Java code goes, I found that version 6.21 of Java at first glance seems to eliminate the Java crashes (ditch Java version 7 if you feel your machine is secure enough).

http://www.oldapps.com/java.php?old_java=61

Unfortunately the author is not good with MSFT list views and has some recursion issues that really need to be focused on. I am currently trying the mySql database configuration instead of the builtin db crap and appear to be getting some better results but it brings up additional bugs.

Good luck!