|Re: [p2-dev] flush internal data API ?|
I suspect some of these issues could have been caused by web proxy issues unrelated to p2, see https://github.com/tesla/m2eclipse-egit/issues/13 for further details.
> The API is the one on IMetadataRepositoryManager#refreshRepository and IArtifactRepositoryManager#refreshRepository
Ah, great, thanks!!!
> What could be interesting is to propose reload upon failure of the installation.
Indeed, good idea.
Also thanks for the pointer to the âreloadâ button. Will try that next timeâ :-)
Maybe that is already enough.
Thanks again, much appreciated!!!
> On 15-11-20 09:43 AM, Martin Lippert wrote:
>> I have a question:
>> Sometimes people report that they get an error while trying to update features. The error says something along the lines:
>> - no repository found containing XYZ
>> (even though the repository contains the mentioned artifacts).
>> As a solution I usually tell people to remove the update site from the list of available update sites, restart Eclipse, add the update back. That solves the issue, so I guess there is some stale or corrupt internal data about the repository.
>> My question:
>> Is there p2 API that I could use to build a simple button that wipes out that cached data?
>> That would make it a lot easier for our users to deal with that situation.
>> Since I am not a p2 expert, this might be a stupid question, but I hope to find some help hereâ :-)
>> Thanks a lot!!!
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