I agree that this problem is annoying. But honestly I have no idea
why that happens for some people. I have never seen that error
happening for me. I assume that the problem depends on the location
where the user plug-ins are installed. On my office PC (no admin
privileges for me), the plug-ins are installed into "c:\Users
\traddatz\.eclipse\org.eclipse.platform_4.4.
2_2106435170_win32_win32_x86_64\plugins\". That is a folder that I
certainly can write to. Maybe that the user plug-ins go into "c:
\Program Files\IBM\SDPShared\" for users who have that problem.

My isphere plugin is indeed in the \Program Files\ tree. How did that
happen? Do you have RDi itself installing somewhere besides \Program Files
\ or were you able to specify a different install location for iSphere
somehow?



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