Could not save application settings: null

I am using EAP #7693 64 bit machine running Fedora Core 6

Hi

I am getting the following error when I add/remove a module from a project:

Could not save application settings: null

Following that I can the message pop-up every time idea loses focus and I have to kill idea because exiting the app no longer works.

Florian

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Hello Florian,

There should be a stacktrace in idea.log corresponding to this message. Could
you please post it here?

I am using EAP #7693 64 bit machine running Fedora Core 6

Hi

I am getting the following error when I add/remove a module from a
project:

Could not save application settings: null

Following that I can the message pop-up every time idea loses focus
and I have to kill idea because exiting the app no longer works.

Florian

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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
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Florian Hehlen wrote:

I am using EAP #7693 64 bit machine running Fedora Core 6

Hi

I am getting the following error when I add/remove a module from a project:

Could not save application settings: null

Following that I can the message pop-up every time idea loses focus and I have to kill idea because exiting the app no longer works.

Florian


http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/IDEA-17077

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here is the log file. i wiped out the logs. restarted Idea and caused the error by adding an existing module to my project and then saving. the error comes up when the settings window closes.

florian



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Hello Florian,

here is the log file. i wiped out the logs. restarted Idea and caused
the error by adding an existing module to my project and then saving.
the error comes up when the settings window closes.


This exception is actually not an IntelliJ IDEA bug - it's caused by the
DBHelper plugin.

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Dmitry Jemerov
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JetBrains, Inc.
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This exception is actually not an IntelliJ IDEA bug - it's caused by the
DBHelper plugin.


I'm seeing this in IDEA 8.0.1 on OS X.  File -> Settings will not open.  How else can I disable this plugin?

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Wendy

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Hello Wendy,

This exception is actually not an IntelliJ IDEA bug - it's
> caused by the DBHelper plugin.


I'm seeing this in IDEA 8.0.1 on OS X.  File -> Settings will not
open.  How else can I disable this plugin?

Thanks,
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Wendy
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Exit IDEA. Check ~/Library/Application Support/IntelliJIDEA80 directory.
By default 3rd party plugins are there. (Re)move DBHelper directory with
all content from there.

Alexander.


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