i4jdel1.exe, what does this do?

I have purchased PhpStorm and use it on Windows XP.  Aside from lack of support for FTPES I like it and I use it often.  Funny thing is, I noticed recently, when I close PhpStorm it creates this file, i4jdel1.exe, in my "Documents and Settings/%username%/Local Settings/Temp" directory.  I noticed this for several reasons. I got a hit on from my firewall that a file similar in name was attempting to access the protected "HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Session Manager\PendingFileRenameOperations" registry file on my system. A day later I get the same alert for the i4jdel1.exe file.

After using PhpStorm for several months this is the first time I've seen this behavior and it has me slightly concerned (on a scale of 1 to 10, it's a 3). Can you (PhpStorm people) tell me what this file is used for? Is this part of the normal operation of PhpStorm?

I've googled this program with no luck as to it's use or origin. Any information you could provide would be appreciated.

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This is part of exe4j, which is used to create windows executables for our produted.
System uses it for communicating with a running instance of PhpStorm when another instance is started.

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Alexy, thanks for the response. Are there any other files created in this manner? I'm wondering if the other file my firewall flagged was yours as well.  I'm assuming it is because it was named i4jdel0.exe.

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These files are generated on demand on each start of main executable. So there may be multiple copies with sequental names at some point.

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