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Eclipse crashes after stream has been deleted/moved

Jeeva Tharmakulasingam (611) | asked May 22 '12, 4:04 p.m.

One of the RTC streams that my workspace was using is suddenly no longer existent and I think it is the reason for my Eclipse to crash at bootup or shortly after.


!MESSAGE User 'bob' does not have permission to read stream 'stream name'
!STACK 0 User 'bob' does not have permission to read stream 'stream name'

How can I remove this stream from my environment so that it doesn't try to access it?



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Christophe Cornu (47123) | answered May 22 '12, 4:30 p.m.

I don't expect this to crash your Eclipse, having targets that no longer resolve is a normal scenario. So something strange is happening in your Eclipse client...

To change the flow target of your repo workspace, you can try the steps below.

1. Start Eclipse against a new Eclipse workspace
2. Connect to the same repo in the team artifact view
3. Open your workspace in the workspace editor. Remove the current flow target (the one pointing to the stream you deleted), at the bottom of the editor. Save the workspace editor.
4. Close Eclipse. Start Eclipse against your previous Eclipse workspace. It will no longer try to access the deleted stream.

Note you can also open a work item, that will make it easy to give us screenshots and details about your setup.


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Jeeva Tharmakulasingam (611) | answered May 23 '12, 1:03 p.m.
Thanks, that did it!

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