Recreate your projects in 2xxx

It seems that though JetBrainers said that projects are interchangeable between 4.0.x series and Pallada series builds, that is really not the case. Opening Aurora projects in Pallada has resulted in countless exceptions whenever one tries to do anything with web modules, or changing paths etc...

I've just recreated my project from scratch, including my web modules, and things seem to behave much better, and I can actually work in 2013.

Hope this helps others.

R

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I had the same problem with a project that was created in the 4.0.2. I
had renamed a library in 2002 and later used the same project in 2008.
2013 failed to open the project path window because the reference to the
old library was still hidden in there. I had to edit the project in
1179 before it would open the paths menu in 2013. Bug filed.

I think 2002 and 2008 are the problems. My guess if that if you edit
your project settings in 1179 you will be OK.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>It seems that though JetBrainers said that projects are interchangeable between 4.0.x series and Pallada series builds, that is really not the case. Opening Aurora projects in Pallada has resulted in countless exceptions whenever one tries to do anything with web modules, or changing paths etc...
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>I've just recreated my project from scratch, including my web modules, and things seem to behave much better, and I can actually work in 2013.
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>Hope this helps others.
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>R

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I had exceptions starting to pop up after modifying my module configuration.

I had run/debug and JUnit configuration problem (use class path of a non
existent module) and the exceptions seem to have stopped once I fixed those.

Amnon

"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@codepuccino.com> wrote in message
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It seems that though JetBrainers said that projects are interchangeable

between 4.0.x series and Pallada series builds, that is really not the case.
Opening Aurora projects in Pallada has resulted in countless exceptions
whenever one tries to do anything with web modules, or changing paths etc...
>

I've just recreated my project from scratch, including my web modules, and

things seem to behave much better, and I can actually work in 2013.
>

Hope this helps others.

>

R



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I upgraded from 1180 to 2013 and haven't seen any of the problems you report. I did, however, entirely wipe out IDEA's system directory before firing up 2013.

chris

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