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Design Studio SDK installation issue

Hello community,

I have a serious problem with interoperability between Design Studio 1.2 and Eclipse SDK and hopefully you can give me a hint.

System basics:

- Windows 7 64 Bit

- Internet Explorer 10

- Java version 7 update 45

- Design Studio 1.2

- Eclipse Java EE IDE 32 Bit

Design Studio execution working fine. No issues, everything ok.

Eclipse setup is based on 'ds12_dev_guide' and it is also working fine.

If I try to execute a DS sample via 'RUN as --> Eclipse Application' Design Studio is starting, the sample is available.

But all the time I get an "Browser Version issue". So it is not posssible to test something.

Does anybody know the reason?

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 07:57 AM

    Hi Sven,

    such an issue might happen when the "Security_HKLM_only" option is used in the Windows registry.

    To fix this you could either remove the "Security_HKLM_only" entry (not recommended) or create another registry key that allows the proper launching of the Design Studio from Eclipse. The process name when launchend fomr Eclipse is "javaw.exe", therefore the registry key must be:

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Internet
    Explorer\MAIN\FeatureControl\FEATURE_BROWSER_EMULATION]

    "javaw.exe"=dword:00002328

    This registry entry is in the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" area of the registry and therefore requires Windws Local-Admin permissions to be created.

    Best Regards

    Martin


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