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    elannik is offline Member
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    Default Vista + eclipse + JUnit => "No socket available"

    I have just installed Eclipse on my Windows Vista PC. I started to create a simple JUnit test case to make sure that I had everything up and running. This is the test case I entered:

    Java Code:
    import org.junit.Test;
    import static org.junit.Assert.*;
    
    public class testUnitTest {
    	
    	@Test
    	public void simpleAdd() {
    		int result = 1;
    		int expected = 1;
    		assertEquals(result, expected);
    	}
    }

    When I try to run it a small window is displayed with the label "Problems launching JUnit tests" with the test "No socket available". I have tried to search on Google without founding anything.
    I have also uninstalled Norman antivirus/firewall and it still does not work.

    Does anyone know why it does not work for me?

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    hi, Did you find a solution to this? I have the exact same problem and can't seem to find any solutions on the internet.

    cheers

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    hi, Did anybody find a solution to this? I have the exact same problem and can't seem to find any solutions.

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    Default Allow Eclipse to access the internet

    This is a bit late for the original posters, but for anyone who arrives here via google: I found a similar question in another forum, the answer seems to be that Eclipse cannot access the internet (e.g. you have barred it from downloading updates):
    www .jguru .com /forums /view.jsp? EID=1377929

    (I cannot post links, so remove the spaces from the above address)

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    Default Ashish

    Guys, just enable the control to your application from the Antivirus event that supressed the connection. You need to go to suppose McAfee, Events and then select the denial, and click on allow.

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