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Application Launch Issue: Application Error (Problem Occurred while showing view.)


Andrew Aldieri
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After upgrading Eclipse SE or a fresh install of Eclipse SE, I receive the error when launching the Desktop module "Application Error (Problem Occurred while showing view.)" when logging in.

 

1. This issue occurs due to Windows Updates locking the Local AppData folder and causes Eclipse SE to be unable to write to this directory.

 

This issue is typically due to an automatic Windows update or a manual Windows update where the machine did not restart after the updates completed. Restarting the machine should remove the lock from the Local AppData directory and allow Eclipse SE to generate the required folders to run.

 

 

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After upgrading Eclipse SE or a fresh install of Eclipse SE, I receive the error when launching the Desktop module "Application Error (Problem Occurred while showing view.)" when logging in.

 

1. This issue occurs due to Windows Updates locking the Local AppData folder and causes Eclipse SE to be unable to write to this directory.

 

This issue is typically due to an automatic Windows update or a manual Windows update where the machine did not restart after the updates completed. Restarting the machine should remove the lock from the Local AppData directory and allow Eclipse SE to generate the required folders to run.

 

 

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  • Cloud Solutions Architect

After upgrading Eclipse SE or a fresh install of Eclipse SE, I receive the error when launching the Desktop module "Application Error (Problem Occurred while showing view.)" when logging in.

 

1. This issue occurs due to Windows Updates locking the Local AppData folder and causes Eclipse SE to be unable to write to this directory.

 

This issue is typically due to an automatic Windows update or a manual Windows update where the machine did not restart after the updates completed. Restarting the machine should remove the lock from the Local AppData directory and allow Eclipse SE to generate the required folders to run.

 

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