|"There is no disk in the drive." warning message [message #882702]
||Thu, 07 June 2012 02:29
| R Labaza
Registered: March 2012
We are putting the finishing touches on an RCP (built on 3.6.2). The UI is rather bare. It is feature based with a half-dozen plugins in the feature. We are not using the feature update function.|
The situation is that on a fresh install of the RCP on a freshly installed Windows machine (say XP with no additional SW), when you go into Help - About, click our feature button, then click the License button, we get the following error dialog.
The D: drive (or whatever letter is indicated) is always the CD drive.
You have to hit cancel/continue 8 or 10 or so times until finally IE opens with the contents of license.html for the feature.
This only happens the first time you click the License button. We've discovered there is a file called
in the directory
that gets created once you click on that License button on our feature.
On Windows systems with the stock Internet Explorer browser as the default (only?) browser, the 'No disk' warning dialog appears the first time eclipse tries to use this browser. In doing so, it creates the file mentioned about in the directory also mentioned above. Once this file is created, the warning dialog does not appear again. If the file is deleted, the dialog is shown again, but the file is also recreated...so it only happens 1 time.
I've searched through bugs and did not see anything related to this. Any ideas?
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