Coffee Cup instead of Desktop Icon with Servoy 8 & Tomcat

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Coffee Cup instead of Desktop Icon with Servoy 8 & Tomcat

Postby huber » Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:41 am

Hi

After we moved to Servoy 8 (8.1.3) and Tomcat (9.0.0.M20) we do not get the desktop icon any more. Instead we get as desktop icon the Java coffee cup.
As small as the problem seems, it is sort of a blocker to deploy, as clients do not recognise our applications any more and are contacting the 1st level support for help. Which generates a lot of work. On the other hand, we should asap deploy the new application version based on the aforementioned environment.

It is the same behaviour on Windows and macOS. Interestingly, the same icon is used as window icon (top left in application window) and is displayed as expected (on Windows).

Until Servoy 7 this problem did not exist.

Does it function with someone?

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Robert
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Re: Coffee Cup instead of Desktop Icon with Servoy 8 & Tomca

Postby huber » Tue Jul 25, 2017 4:52 pm

Hi

Since we did not get an answer. Has anyone please an icon or images which do work?
We would appreciate this a lot.

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Re: Coffee Cup instead of Desktop Icon with Servoy 8 & Tomca

Postby Manolo_Etec » Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:19 am

Hello, Robert
We have servoy 8.1.4 and Apache Tomcat 8.5.15 and the icons in the branding settings did not work either.

But making a profile, and setting there the branding it`s work and the icons appear

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servoy.branding.webstart.shortcuttitle= Juncos Cloud NG
servoy.branding.windowicon=lib/images/etec_64x64.png
servoy.branding.webstart.loadinglogo=lib/images/etec_64x64.png
servoy.branding.loadingimage=lib/images/etec_64x64.png
servoy.branding.webstart.shortcuttooltip= Juncos Cloud NG
servoy.branding.webstart.splash=lib/images/etec_64x64.png
servoy.branding.windowtitle= Juncos Cloud NG
Manuel López
Etec Programación SL
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http://www.etecsoft.com

Servoy 8.0.2
Windows 10
Yesterday: Java 8-25
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Re: Coffee Cup instead of Desktop Icon with Servoy 8 & Tomca

Postby huber » Thu Jul 27, 2017 2:50 pm

Hi Manuel

Thanks a lot for your feedback. We also use Profile(s), but unfortunately it doesn't work even with them. I tried quite a view format and sizes for the image, but never had any success. I have also set up PNG-Format as standard (as you), but still no luck. Strange.

This is the profile:

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servoy.branding.windowtitle=SkyServer
servoy.branding.windowicon=/lib/images/hades_desktop_icon.png
servoy.branding.webstart.splash=/lib/images/7r-logo.png
servoy.branding.webstart.vendor=7r AG
servoy.branding.webstart.shortcuttooltip=Schulverwaltungs- und Informationssystem
servoy.branding.webstart.shortcuttitle=Hades
servoy.branding.loadingbackground=/lib/images/hades_background.png
servoy.branding.webstart.loadinglogo=/lib/images/hades_desktop_icon.png
servoy.branding.loadingimage=/lib/images/hades_splash_screen.png


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Re: Coffee Cup instead of Desktop Icon with Servoy 8 & Tomca

Postby erdione » Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:02 pm

I also remember this kind of problem on a windows client the problem solved by itself upgrading java
I think it was something like java jre 1.7.xxx to 1.8.yyy but I had never been sure that it was a version problem or the upgrade process that has refreshed few resources and solved the problem
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Re: Coffee Cup instead of Desktop Icon with Servoy 8 & Tomca

Postby huber » Fri Jul 28, 2017 11:25 am

Hi Fabrice

I made in the past the same expense. Starting with Servoy 8, Tomcat and WAR-Deployment, I did not get it to work any more. It seems that it's stable in not working :-(
Problem is, I have no more ideas where to look at.

erdione wrote:I also remember this kind of problem on a windows client the problem solved by itself upgrading java
I think it was something like java jre 1.7.xxx to 1.8.yyy but I had never been sure that it was a version problem or the upgrade process that has refreshed few resources and solved the problem


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