While launching the eStudio application, Workspace Selection dialog is shown prompting for the workspace directory. Workspace is a directory where all the repositories (Event Processes, Services and other metadata) are stored.

The default workspace is set to $FIORANO_HOME/runtimedata/eStudio/workspace. It is recommended to use the default workspace, but it may be changed if required.

  • The Remember workspace option can be selected to save the workspace used to avoid displaying the dialog box when eStudio is launched next time.
  •  Refer the Workspace section to understand more about it.
  • It is recommended that the default workspace is used.
  • The workspace preferences are stored at FIORANO_HOME/runtimedata/eStudio/WSprefs.properties

The following preferences are stored in workspace preferences: wsLastUsedWorkspaceswsRemember and wsRootDir.

  • If a user chooses a workspace and selects the Remember Workspace option, this can then be changed by changing the value of wsRemember to false in the workspace preferences.
  • When the Fiorano eStudio has completely launched, a user can switch between different workspaces. The option to switch the workspace is present at File > Switch Workspace.
  • The current workspace selected is shown in the Fiorano eStudio title bar. 
    By default, eStudio is launched in the Offline Event Process Development perspective and the offline repository is populated when eStudio is launched for the first time.
  • If eStudio does not load properly, install XULRunner on the machine. Follow the guidelines from: https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Getting_started_with_XULRunner to install and add the script below to $FIORANO_HOME/eStudio/eStudio.ini and restart eStudio:

  • In the Windows Server 2008, there are certain permissions settings that do not allow standard eclipse to function normally if eStudio is not running as an administrator. To resolve this, run eStudio assigned as an administrator.

32-bit or 64-bit eStudio launchers may be used depending on the JVM used in the system.

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