IanHarac wrote:I am a registered user of WBPro, and have used it for five months happily. Yesterday, in the middle of an otherwise normal work session, my Eclipse hung when I tried to add an ActionListener to a control via the right-click menu. I had to force-close it using the task manager. I restarted my computer and performed some experiments. Anything I do which would generate code (such as adding a listener) or take me to generated code (such as selecting an event handler laready added to a control), causes Eclipse to freeze and forces me is to close it via TM. I downloaded the 5.1 build of WBPro and ran the installer, and that did nothing. I am using Eclipse 3.1. As I noted, this error began mid-session, and is not a consequence of any changes to my system.
Please offer any advice you can. I'm at a critical juncture and this is really hurting my workflow.
IanHarac wrote:It happens with any control in any window. Whenever I take an action which would trigger a design view/code view switch, the app simply hangs.
IanHarac wrote:Bizaarely, the problem has ceased to manifest. (!)
It's not because I've restarted my system; did that many times yesterday.
I will keep an eye on it. Thanks for your help.
IanHarac wrote:The DL of the 5.1 upgrade for WBPro overwrite my registration and it thinks I'm using a trial copy.
IanHarac wrote:I hecked my email, and I have all of my proof-of-purchase mails but NOT my activation key. Whom do I contact about rectifying this?
Eric Clayberg wrote:The easiest thing to do would be to reactivate the product using your serial number (provided when you purchased the product). A new activation key would be sent to you.
IanHarac wrote:!ENTRY org.eclipse.ui 4 0 2007-01-17 14:51:02.000
Does this help? Is there anything I can do?
IanHarac wrote:I downloaded the 5.1.0 release from the Downloads page. I have not yet paid for an upgrade to 6.0, and assumed (perhaps wrongly) that it was not free.
IanHarac wrote:Is there a later version I should be using?
IanHarac wrote:I can easily send you my log file, but I'm not sure of a test case
IanHarac wrote:I'll send you the classes involved, surely. Just to be clear, I'm not extending JTable in any way in my code (tableModel, sure, but not the JTable class).
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