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Compatibility View not initialized [message #1392514] Wed, 02 July 2014 12:56 Go to next message
Stefan Weiser is currently offline Stefan WeiserFriend
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I have an older RCP-Application, which I run with the Compatibility Layer. This works fine, as long as I start the application with clear (checking the checkbox in the debug configuration). When I don't start the application with clear, the compatibility views are not initialized and an empty shell appears.

Is there any known issue concerning such a problem? Starting the application with clear is not a big problem but it seems that something is saved in the workspace.
Re: Compatibility View not initialized [message #1396459 is a reply to message #1392514] Tue, 08 July 2014 10:21 Go to previous message
Thomas Schindl is currently offline Thomas SchindlFriend
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Not that we know of but we need to have a reproduceable test case.

Tom

On 02.07.14 14:57, Stefan Weiser wrote:
> I have an older RCP-Application, which I run with the Compatibility
> Layer. This works fine, as long as I start the application with clear
> (checking the checkbox in the debug configuration). When I don't start
> the application with clear, the compatibility views are not initialized
> and an empty shell appears.
> Is there any known issue concerning such a problem? Starting the
> application with clear is not a big problem but it seems that something
> is saved in the workspace.
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