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Missing RemoteSystemsTempFiles (Remote Systems Explorer) [message #20629] Fri, 18 April 2008 14:00 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: Michal.Dobisek.wallstreetsystems.com

Hi,

when cleaning up my workspace, I deleted the RemoteSystemsTempFiles
project - I assumed, that RSE will recreate it if needed. But it doesn't
seem to be the case. Now, when I try to open some file from RSE, I get
the error message in the editor

Resource '/RemoteSystemsTempFiles/ ... ' does not exist.

The project RemoteSystemsTempFiles does not exist (i.e. not shown in
navigator), but when I try to create it manually, the wizard says such
project already exist (and doesn't let me to create it).

Surprisingly, the RSE target files are created on disc in
{workspace.loc}/RemoteSystemsTempFiles, despite the fact, that the
project is not visible.

Is there any known trick how to fix this?

Thanks for the suggestions,

Michal
Re: Missing RemoteSystemsTempFiles (Remote Systems Explorer) [message #20633 is a reply to message #20629] Fri, 18 April 2008 22:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Steve Blass is currently offline Steve Blass
Messages: 276
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
In my Eclipse installation the Navigator view does not filter the
RemoteSystems* projects from view but the package explorer does. If
you're using the package or project explorer, click the little triangle
\/ at the right of the explorer toolbar and choose Filters in the menu
and take a look to see if there are RemoteSystems* items in the list
with their checkboxes checked. If so, uncheck them and you should see
the entries in your tree view.

You may need to right click in the project tree view and choose Refresh
to sync things up.

-
Steve

Michal Dobisek wrote:
> Hi,
>
> when cleaning up my workspace, I deleted the RemoteSystemsTempFiles
> project - I assumed, that RSE will recreate it if needed. But it doesn't
> seem to be the case. Now, when I try to open some file from RSE, I get
> the error message in the editor
>
> Resource '/RemoteSystemsTempFiles/ ... ' does not exist.
>
> The project RemoteSystemsTempFiles does not exist (i.e. not shown in
> navigator), but when I try to create it manually, the wizard says such
> project already exist (and doesn't let me to create it).
>
> Surprisingly, the RSE target files are created on disc in
> {workspace.loc}/RemoteSystemsTempFiles, despite the fact, that the
> project is not visible.
>
> Is there any known trick how to fix this?
>
> Thanks for the suggestions,
>
> Michal
Re: Missing RemoteSystemsTempFiles (Remote Systems Explorer) [message #21835 is a reply to message #20633] Tue, 22 April 2008 09:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: Michal.Dobisek.wallstreetsystems.com

Thanks for advice,

it was really filtered out (the filtering works also in Navigator for
me), these steps fixed my problem:

1) Unfilter Remote System Explorer File Cache
2) See the project is closed - try to open it - failed because missing
..project
3) Recreate .project file manually
4) Open the project.

Michal

Steve Blass wrote:
> In my Eclipse installation the Navigator view does not filter the
> RemoteSystems* projects from view but the package explorer does. If
> you're using the package or project explorer, click the little triangle
> \/ at the right of the explorer toolbar and choose Filters in the menu
> and take a look to see if there are RemoteSystems* items in the list
> with their checkboxes checked. If so, uncheck them and you should see
> the entries in your tree view.
>
> You may need to right click in the project tree view and choose Refresh
> to sync things up.
>
> -
> Steve
Re: Missing RemoteSystemsTempFiles (Remote Systems Explorer) [message #22010 is a reply to message #20629] Tue, 22 April 2008 15:42 Go to previous message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
Messages: 983
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
What version of RSE are you using? - What you describe sounds
very much like
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=175748
which should have been fixed by RSE 2.0

It looks almost like a Regression, where you had deleted the
RemoteSystemsTempFiles project, RSE had re-generated a .project
file but it is still not useable.

Please open a bug for your problem, and attach a copy of your .log
file (from <workspace>/.metadata/.log). The logfile will show
us your Eclipse version; please also give information about your
RSE version, OS in use (Windows/Linux/Mac/...). Also, let us
know how exactly you had deleted the Tempfiles project (from Eclipse
or on the Harddisk), and whether the tip about Refresh helped you.

Thanks,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Michal Dobisek wrote:
> Hi,
>
> when cleaning up my workspace, I deleted the RemoteSystemsTempFiles
> project - I assumed, that RSE will recreate it if needed. But it doesn't
> seem to be the case. Now, when I try to open some file from RSE, I get
> the error message in the editor
>
> Resource '/RemoteSystemsTempFiles/ ... ' does not exist.
>
> The project RemoteSystemsTempFiles does not exist (i.e. not shown in
> navigator), but when I try to create it manually, the wizard says such
> project already exist (and doesn't let me to create it).
>
> Surprisingly, the RSE target files are created on disc in
> {workspace.loc}/RemoteSystemsTempFiles, despite the fact, that the
> project is not visible.
>
> Is there any known trick how to fix this?
>
> Thanks for the suggestions,
>
> Michal
Re: Missing RemoteSystemsTempFiles (Remote Systems Explorer) [message #573784 is a reply to message #20629] Fri, 18 April 2008 22:59 Go to previous message
Steve Blass is currently offline Steve Blass
Messages: 276
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
In my Eclipse installation the Navigator view does not filter the
RemoteSystems* projects from view but the package explorer does. If
you're using the package or project explorer, click the little triangle
\/ at the right of the explorer toolbar and choose Filters in the menu
and take a look to see if there are RemoteSystems* items in the list
with their checkboxes checked. If so, uncheck them and you should see
the entries in your tree view.

You may need to right click in the project tree view and choose Refresh
to sync things up.

-
Steve

Michal Dobisek wrote:
> Hi,
>
> when cleaning up my workspace, I deleted the RemoteSystemsTempFiles
> project - I assumed, that RSE will recreate it if needed. But it doesn't
> seem to be the case. Now, when I try to open some file from RSE, I get
> the error message in the editor
>
> Resource '/RemoteSystemsTempFiles/ ... ' does not exist.
>
> The project RemoteSystemsTempFiles does not exist (i.e. not shown in
> navigator), but when I try to create it manually, the wizard says such
> project already exist (and doesn't let me to create it).
>
> Surprisingly, the RSE target files are created on disc in
> {workspace.loc}/RemoteSystemsTempFiles, despite the fact, that the
> project is not visible.
>
> Is there any known trick how to fix this?
>
> Thanks for the suggestions,
>
> Michal
Re: Missing RemoteSystemsTempFiles (Remote Systems Explorer) [message #574018 is a reply to message #20633] Tue, 22 April 2008 09:12 Go to previous message
Michal Dobisek is currently offline Michal Dobisek
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Thanks for advice,

it was really filtered out (the filtering works also in Navigator for
me), these steps fixed my problem:

1) Unfilter Remote System Explorer File Cache
2) See the project is closed - try to open it - failed because missing
..project
3) Recreate .project file manually
4) Open the project.

Michal

Steve Blass wrote:
> In my Eclipse installation the Navigator view does not filter the
> RemoteSystems* projects from view but the package explorer does. If
> you're using the package or project explorer, click the little triangle
> \/ at the right of the explorer toolbar and choose Filters in the menu
> and take a look to see if there are RemoteSystems* items in the list
> with their checkboxes checked. If so, uncheck them and you should see
> the entries in your tree view.
>
> You may need to right click in the project tree view and choose Refresh
> to sync things up.
>
> -
> Steve
Re: Missing RemoteSystemsTempFiles (Remote Systems Explorer) [message #574143 is a reply to message #20629] Tue, 22 April 2008 15:42 Go to previous message
Martin Oberhuber is currently offline Martin Oberhuber
Messages: 983
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
What version of RSE are you using? - What you describe sounds
very much like
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=175748
which should have been fixed by RSE 2.0

It looks almost like a Regression, where you had deleted the
RemoteSystemsTempFiles project, RSE had re-generated a .project
file but it is still not useable.

Please open a bug for your problem, and attach a copy of your .log
file (from <workspace>/.metadata/.log). The logfile will show
us your Eclipse version; please also give information about your
RSE version, OS in use (Windows/Linux/Mac/...). Also, let us
know how exactly you had deleted the Tempfiles project (from Eclipse
or on the Harddisk), and whether the tip about Refresh helped you.

Thanks,
--
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member
http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm




Michal Dobisek wrote:
> Hi,
>
> when cleaning up my workspace, I deleted the RemoteSystemsTempFiles
> project - I assumed, that RSE will recreate it if needed. But it doesn't
> seem to be the case. Now, when I try to open some file from RSE, I get
> the error message in the editor
>
> Resource '/RemoteSystemsTempFiles/ ... ' does not exist.
>
> The project RemoteSystemsTempFiles does not exist (i.e. not shown in
> navigator), but when I try to create it manually, the wizard says such
> project already exist (and doesn't let me to create it).
>
> Surprisingly, the RSE target files are created on disc in
> {workspace.loc}/RemoteSystemsTempFiles, despite the fact, that the
> project is not visible.
>
> Is there any known trick how to fix this?
>
> Thanks for the suggestions,
>
> Michal
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