wzldvw Absent Member.
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Studio open error 10.70

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Opened Studio and after "Select Workspace" get error "Application failed to initialize due to an internal error".

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java.lang.RuntimeException: 'javax.net.ssl.keyStore' property value must be a canonical absolute path. You can change it inside the Studio.l4j.ini file from the installation folder.
 at com.hp.oo.studio.services.PathManipulationValidationService.execute(PathManipulationValidationService.java:20)
 at com.iconclude.dharma.app.OperationStudio.main(OperationStudio.java:5310)

Running all components on Windows 2012 R2 using SQL 2012. Able to access Central with no issues.

 

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wzldvw Absent Member.
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Re: Studio open error 10.70

The installation is running on a vm and I had took a snapshot right before the install.

I reverted back to the snapshot and did the install again. I picked all the default directories and that seemed to do the trick.

Previously, I was trying to install on another drive other than C:\.

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dani_c Respected Contributor.
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Re: Studio open error 10.70

Hi, 

Can you provide more information about the path that you used when you encounter the error (any special char, spaces, etc.)? 

Thank you,

Daniel

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wzldvw Absent Member.
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Re: Studio open error 10.70

Daniel, when select the workspace directory, I used D:\fontillas. When I did the install, i change the install directories to the D:\ drive instead of taking the default.

As I stated previously, when I did a re-install and took the default directory, it worked.

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