This is obsolete. This note is only kept for historical reasons. Since the test phase is over, the Logins have been removed.Oh man, do I really have to add my username and my password everytime I start the application? Can't I work with it offline?
Yes, you can work offline! You only have to login to the webpage for the first downloading process and if you want to update your version. Just cancel the authentification two times and you can start working with the application offline.
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This my happen, if some new files has been added to the Workspace by the update, e.g. new help files. Just restart the program, the fault should not appear again and normally there should be no negative effects to your installation itself.
- Error Message during Update.
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- Additional Infos to the Error Message.
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The CELLmicrocosmos-Page is working with IFrames. In this IFrame, there is another independent HTML-page. The Starting page is SSL-secure. This has the advantage, that the rest of the Webpage is not loaded with the https-protocol - which is much faster, and - of course - also not necessary for looking at regular informations.
Note: If you are using Mozilla Firefox, you can open those frames seperately by right-clicking on it and choosing the appropriate option.
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This is obsolete. The online version is always the Developer Edition. This note is only kept for historical reasons. It is not planned to restrict the Developer Edition to special logins in future. If you have an old release saying "Standard Edition", please update to the new version.What means Developer (Edition)?
After the first full release there will be the direct accesible Standard Edition. Therefore Users will not need to Login to the page - there will be a direct download.
And on the other hand, there will be the Developer Edition, which allows to import own algorithms into the program and exchange those with other users, bundled with the documentation, API and access to the newest jar-library. For this Edition it is first planned to provide access only to cooperation partners.
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A membrane is saved in .cm2-format. Not long ago, we simply saved this files with .xml suffix. So when the actual directory is read, all XML-files there are parsed, if the content is really Cm2-compatible. Therefore at the moment, the files are double checked, by the suffix and the content.
Please check the version of your Java installation. You will need Java 6. The program is developed in Java 5, but for the Webstart version Java 6 is needed.
Maybe you have different Java versions installed on the system, and the webstart application is started with a version older than 6.
If you are using a Macintosh with Mac OS X, you will need at least version 10.5, because version 10.4 DOES NOT support Java 6!
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http://www.cellmicrocosmos.org/index_cm ... m2download
I put the sources correctly into my Eclipse or similar environment, but I get Java3D errors. What is the reason?
Please check this website for a lot of information regarding the Java3D installation process on various systems:
http://java.net/projects/java3d/pages/J ... icationDev
In addition you will find a Step-by-Step installation instruction in the posting Install the MembraneEditor from Source with Eclipse.
Note: This screenshot is taken from Linux, but I saw the same error (maybe with a little bit different sounding) occuring on Windows 8!
The certificate of the tool cannot be verified, because the new releases come with a new brilliant idea: the disabling of the online certificate validations. Of course, this makes sense for web start tools, why should we need something like this?!?
Okay, the solution is, to activate this option in the Advanced Settings of the Java Control Panel:
The arrow indicates, which option has to be selected.
If you do not find this window, use for example the following command:
This command is also nice for administrating your Java Web Start applications, so it might make sense, to store this command somewhere in your head!
If you use this command, just close the window on the top, showing the Web Start files, and then you see the Java Control Panel. Now change to the tab "Advanced" and do the previously described step.
The next time you start Cm2.2.2, the certificate will be validated correctly.
"JAR Resources were not signed by the same certificate"
Please do the following:
Just reinstall the Java Application like you did it before from here (you do not have to remove it):
From time to time, the certificate to sign the software has to be renewed (because they are only valid for a limited amount of time). In this case, all packages have to be downloaded again, even if the source code did not change. If you start the application from the icon on the desktop, this update process does not always work correctly. If you just download the application again, everything should work again.
In case the problem still persists, please remove the whole application from the Java WebStart application viewer:
In a command line, please type:
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