I had to put arguments for my java code like this pic :
And after apply, I clicked run. One .sh file is created in Edison and before it got deleted, I had read the .sh file. What I found is :
rm -f JavaDMv0Fifo
chmod 777 /tmp/JavaDMv0.jar
mkfifo -m=0666 JavaDMv0Fifo
java -cp .:/usr/lib/java/*:/tmp/JavaDMv0.jar -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,address=8005 com.tcs.edison.dmagent.TcupLeshanTest "-ep "testdev1" -key "key# demo" -cp "5688" -ip "10.100.10.96"" 2>&1 > JavaDMv0Fifo &
cat < JavaDMv0Fifo
rm -f JavaDMv0Fifo
As it is clearly seen, the whole string of arguments in the picture is inside double quote. ie.
"-ep "testdev1" -key "key# demo" -cp "5688" -ip "10.100.10.96""
But what actually needed was :
-ep "testdev1" -key "key# demo" -cp "5688" -ip "10.100.10.96"
I had searched where to change this behaviour (most possibly this is due to running remotely from Intel System Studio. As, if I run this as Java application from Intel System inside my PC, there is no such issues). But I didn't find any point. Let me know how to change this.
This is the configuration for my PC :
I'll try to help you with this. I believe the behavior you are describing is very similar to the bug reported in https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=494246. If that's the case, the behavior is directly related to Eclipse (as you may know System Studio is based on Eclipse), therefore I'd suggest you to contact Eclipse ( https://eclipse.org/org/foundation/contact.php), they might be able to provide you a more accurate suggestion.
I hope this information helps you,
In my case, If I run my code as Java application, there is no issue (Whereas the bug you had reported says even with Java application, the issue is there). Only Intel IoT Java Remote application has the issue. So please look at this matter.
So that was not a problem of eclipse, rather the shell script generated and sent by Intel System Studio has the provision of taking argument this way. I would try if that can be documented so that people know beforehand. Is there any way I can contribute this as part of the official repo of documentation ? Let me know if there is any way.