Back with CWPPR0033E error

So after my previous post I uninstalled Notes 9, installed Notes 10 with FP2 and installed the desired plugins. All installations worked like a charm.

But now after a couple of days working with DDE I wanted to install another plugin and BANG! I got the CWPPR0033E  message again.


Anyone have a suggestion how to install a plugin other than the File – Application – Install process into DDE ?!?

Uninstalling Java extensions (“plugins”)


Yesterday I tried to install the OpenLog logger plugin in my development environment (Notes 9.0.x) to add some more common logging procedures to an Xapp (XPages application).

Unfortunately the installation failed and I received an error message ‘no accessible features found for this plugin’. The plugin was not available under application management so from there I could not undo the installation and deleting the plugin from the data\workspace… resulted in an error when starting up Designer.

So I feared a new setup of my development environment but luckily the first result after the query ‘lotus designer remove installed plugin’ was at help. I just repeat them here so I know I have stored it somewhere:

Complete guide to manually uninstalling “plugins” from Lotus IBM Notes

The complete steps to manually uninstalling a Java extension is therefore as follows:

  1. Close Lotus Notes
  2. Open the “features”-directory (<Notes data dir>\workspace\applications\eclipse\features)
  3. Locate the Eclipse features to uninstall.
  4. For each Eclipse feature you need to open it and edit the feature.xml file. Locate the <plugin>-tags and fine the names of the referenced plugins. Note that there might be more than one. Combining the plugin id and the plugin version will give the full filename of the plugin (<plugin id>_<plugin version>.jar).
  5. Delete the Eclipse features you’re uninstalling.
  6. Open the “plugins”-directory (<Notes data dir>\workspace\applications\eclipse\plugins).
  7. Delete the plugin JAR-file(s) you recorded in the step above.
  8. Open the directory containing the platform.xml file (<Notes data dir>\workspace\.config\org.eclipse.update).
  9. Edit platform.xml and go to the end of the file.
  10. Remove each entry you see for the features you deleted in the step above.
  11. Save and close the file.
  12. Since Lotus Notes also keeps a record of which Java extensions to load it’s best to start Notes with some parameters to make it recompute the Java extension registry: notes.exe -RPARAMS -clean

Good news

I posted the problems I experienced on the OpenNTF project page and Paul Withers answered he is working on a newer version of the plugin. Hopefully that one will work brilliantly in Notes 9 clients…