Miadmin An error has occurred. See the log file
TDI Configuration editor will not launch successfully.
Diagnosing The Problem
Review the .metadata\.log for details.
Resolving The Problem
There are a few troubleshooting steps to resolving the issue. You may need to Cleanup/Remove/Use a new workspace.
If you have chosen to use the default workspace and not prompted upon start, then you will can to modify the UI preference. After modifying the preferences file, you will be prompted to select a workspace where you can enter a new directory.
- Modify the preferences file:
Go to the <Eclipse_root_dir>\configuration\.settings directory
Modify the org.eclipse.ui.ide.prefs file.
Set SHOW_WORKSPACE_SELECTION_DIALOG to true
You will now be able to select a new or different workspace.
** where <Eclipse_root_dir> is <TDI-Install-Dir>\ce\eclipsece
- Start manually via command window:
Go to the <TDI-Install-Folder>
Start the ibmditk.bat/sh file with the -data parameter followed by a directory name.
ibmditk -data <New DirectoryName>
You can also check for the existence of a .snap file. This file can sometimes get quite large and/or corrupted. It is a snapshot file. For this step:
- Go to the <workspace>/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.core.resources/ directory.
If there is a .snap file, then delete or move to different location.
If your workspace is corrupted, you may need to create a new workspace, then import the data from the corrupted workspace using the File > Import option available in the Configuration Editor.
For future development, you may want to consider adding the -clean option to the Configuration Editor startup file (ibmditk.bat/sh). Follow these steps to modify the ibmditk.sh file and add the -clean to the startup file.
- Go to the <TDI-Install-Folder>
Edit the ibmditk.bat/sh file
Modify the startup line to include the -clean parameter
"%TDI_HOME_DIR%\ce\eclipsece\miadmin" %* -clean
16 June 2018