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Thread: Tikal Eclipse - Moving system time

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    Default Tikal Eclipse - Moving system time

    Hi
    I am using Tikal Eclipse. I have problem:
    Every time when I strat run one of my projects (lets say today is 02/12) and move sysdate on my computer forward ( lets say 04/12) making my tests and then I terminating my run and move sysdate back.
    Now I am trying to run my project again ( 02/12) but it stucks.
    Launching dialog appears, with following message: "The user operation is waiting for background work to complite". Progress bar is stuck and its written "Launching: 1 work item(s) left."

    I can fix this situation in 2 ways:
    1. restart Tikal.
    2. change sysdate to future ( 04/12 and on) and run it again.


    I think there is parameter somewhere in workspace that can be changed/modified to avoid this situation.
    Can someone advise please?
    Last edited by leguin; December 2nd, 2009 at 09:24 AM.


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    Default Re: Tikal Eclipse - Moving system time

    Go to Window -> Show View -> Error Log

    Do you have any errors that might point to your issue?

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    Default Re: Tikal Eclipse - Moving system time

    No, nothing. All clear unfortunately.......
    i guess you can reproduce this too, just move your time to the future or past and then back.

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