I installed intralink client 3.4 m062 and Pro Engineer Wildfire 4 m110 on a workstation dell t7500 (64 bits)
when I launch Pro Engineer to intralink I have a error message:
Could not launch the external application '-w:name of worksapce'. This can happen if external application is not found or incorrect parameters are passed to the application.
do you have a solution?
Pro Engineer wf4 is supported on intralink 3.4 m062, I installed 20 workstations.
The only differences with the other workstations are:
- it's a windows xp 64 bits
- it's a Pro Engineer Wildfire 4 M110 64 bits
The problem is not the local.ddb
We have Pro/ENGINEER WIldfire 4.0 M120 64 Bits with Intralink 3.4 M062 on Windoows Xp 64BITS and it's working.
We faced the same problem sometimes while changing from a verision of Pro/ENGINEER to a higher one.
Did you remake the ptcsetup. bat with software interpobality? Removing the folder ptcdata folder will certainly help .
I redo install with Pro Engineer Wildfire 4 M160 64bits and the problem is the same
I deleted the data folder and nothing changes
I hesitate to install Pro Engineer Wildfire 4 M120 64 bits but I think the problem is the same
Are you by any chance trying to install Intralink 3.4 on a Windows 7 computer? That probably is where your problem lies.
There are special modifications to the bat file for fonts and run Javaw.exe in Compatibility mode that you need to make in order to run Intralink 3.4 on Windows 7.
Find the 'javaw.exe' executable in the <proi_loadpoint>\i486_nt\jre\bin folder, right-click and select Properties. Hit the Compatibility tab and set “Run this program in compatibility mode for:” then select “Windows Vista”
Edit the javaw line (towards the bottom) in your <proi_loadpoint>\bin\proilink3.4.bat to look like this (one line):
start /B %prodir%\%mc%\jre\bin\javaw -Dswing.useSystemFontSettings=false -Xmx256m -Xss8m -Dsun.java2d.noddraw=true -jar %PRO_DIRECTORY%\java\lib\Intralink.jar -l %luknfeel% %intralinkparams% >> "%logfile%"
Hope that helps.
You might just have the wrong location for Pro/E set in your installation of Intralink.
You must locate the Proe.exe or .bat file when installing Intralink.