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Frequently asked questions

How much RAM do I need to use the Fluency SDK?

The recommended minimum is 2GB, but additional memory will provide a
noticeable improvement in usability.

Why do I get this exception when I try to run my application?

Attempting to run Fluency code on the client JVM will cause an
exception like:

To correct this add -jar fluency.jar to the java command line.
See:

https://devzone.fluency.kabira.com/display/DOC/Fluency+1.1+Beta+1+-+Product+Documentation+-+developersguide+-+ch13s01.html

for details.

Where must fluency.jar be installed?

To execute Fluency software, the JDK must be able to locate
fluency.jar. It has to be either:

  • In the directory where the IDE was started.
  • Qualified with a path name.
  • Found by setting the "working directory" of the IDE to the Fluency installation directory.

What is fluency.jar anyway?

The file fluency.jar contains two things:

  • Fluency class files
  • Application Deployment Tool

The Fluency class files are the implementations of the available
Fluency services.

The Application Deployment tool coordinates all communication with a
remote Fluency node and it also loads any needed classes from the client
to the server.

You can find a description of this at:

https://devzone.fluency.kabira.com/display/DOC/Fluency+1.1+Beta+1+-+Product+Documentation+-+developersguide+-+ch03.html

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