2023-04-17: APP 2.0.0-beta17 has been released !
RAW support for camera color matrix with Bayer Drizzle integration, fixed couple of image viewer issues.
We are very close now to releasing APP 2.0.0 stable with a complete printable manual...
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Java Error on Windows 10 APP 2 0 0 Beta AMD64
I can run a set of data all the way through integration and even use tools and modify the results. If I then go back to the 0)RAW/FITS tab to extract Ha from a dual band data set (I had processed the data first time in RGB) I get the following:
Encountered error in module:
java.lang.NullPointerException: Cannot load from object array because "this.a" is null
Cannot load from object array because "this.a" is null
Strangely it complains about an error in ImageNormalizer but it had already started the first few steps of 6) INTEGRATE
I cannot be sure that this is the only case. It happened before and I started from scratch re-starting APP. Any thoughts?
Interesting, would you mind to upload a portion of your dataset that shows this problem? I'll test it myself then as well, might be a bug:
@vincent-mod Thank you. I have been trying to make a small subset of data and reproduce the error myself to be sure you don't waste your time but I just wasted mine. I'll try again after tonight's session and see if I can get a small set that breaks consistently. I found another java error today but need to make sure it wasn't my fault. I'll get you something soon. Thanks for the help
I processed new images today, from last night. I did the full stack of RGB, went back and extracted Ha, OIII and Mono from the same set. All good. Then I tried to combine RGB in the tools using the files I had created above (the Ha, OIII and mono) and got the same java error. I have tried to replicate it with a small set but I cannot break it repeatedly. I have plenty more to process and when I find a set that I can repeat I'll let you have a look.
Thanks for the effort Robert, in the end we can always have a look at the dataset to try and trigger it ourselves as well, if you would have one that does it at least once in a while that would be nice. 🙂