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Exception using jhindexer

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Anonymous

Hello JavaHelp'ers. I got jhindexer command started and managed to index a couple of helpsets, but one helpset always result in a java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException. Is there any way to find out which HTML file that i causing the exception?

I'm greatful for any help,

BR Per-Arne Ekfeldt

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Roger Brinkley

Per-Arne Ekfeldt wrote:
> Hello JavaHelp'ers. I got jhindexer command started and managed to index
> a couple of helpsets, but one helpset always result in
> a java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException. Is there any way to find out
> which HTML file that i causing the exception?
>

Corrupted search database. Regenerate.

Binky

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Per Lundkvist

BlankDo you use the exra -verbose after your jhindexer command to see where
things goes wrong?

Are the path in the CFG-file correct to the files? (Do you use a cfg-file or
other textfile?)

Per
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Subject: [JAVAHELP] Exception using jhindexer

Hello JavaHelp'ers. I got jhindexer command started and managed to index a
couple of helpsets, but one helpset always result in a
java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException. Is there any way to find out which
HTML file that i causing the exception?

I'm greatful for any help,

BR Per-Arne Ekfeldt

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