I'm trying to update the 32-bit MCU SDK and Micrium OS in simplicity studio 5. 32-bit MCU SDK is getting updated successfully.
I'm getting error INVALID_SERVICE StudioService : no access allowed to this class when I try update Micrium OS.
I've attached screenshots of the entire process.
Update Screen :
Update Conformation :
I am not positive from the description, but this might be due to a known issue in the current Simplicity Studio 5 release. Please try restarting Simplicity Studio and then go into the [Installation Manager] > [Manage installed packages] and see if you can update the Micrium OS SDK. The issue shows up if the installation manager is opened up more then once in a Simplicity Studio session and the work around requires restarting Simplicity Studio.
A fix for this issue will be made shortly.
I'd restarted Simplicity Studio 5 and tried to update several times but to no success. I'd even restarted my PC but still getting the same error. I've even tried to update Micrium OS after starting simplicity studio in administrator mode but still getting the same error.
In my case I deleted current OS version and install newest - it helped to me
Can you advice me how to delete current Micrium OS version?
I've deleted the Micrium OS folder from C:\SiliconLabs\SimplicityStudio\v5\developer\sdks\gecko_sdk_suite\v3.0\platform but I still can't install/update.
If you have deleted the Micrium OS folder, but not uninstalled the Micrium OS from the Installation Manager, Simplicity Studio will still think it is installed. It relies on Eclipse 'features' to install those packages and deleting the folder would not remove the 'feature'. To recover please go to [Help] > [About Simplicity Studio] > [Advanced] > [Installation Details] and on the [Installed Software] tab look for the various Micrium OS components. Hold the Shift key down and select all of the Micrium OS packages and then click the [Uninstall...] link at the bottom and continue through the dialog boxes. After the uninstall completes, you will be prompted to restart Simplicity Studio. On restarting, Simplicity Studio should report available updates (if you haven't already installed them). Install the new Product Updates and then restart Simplicity Studio and you should be able to install the Micrium OS again.
Thank You everyone for the support.
Uninstalling components from Simplicity Studio didn't solve the problem.
I uninstalled Simplicity Studio and reinstalled it. Now Micrium OS is updated to latest version.
When upgrading to SDK 3.1 I catch "INVALID_SERVICE StudioService : no access allowed to this class". I deleted previous SDK and RTOS, but the problem persists.
It can be fixed without reinstalling the whole SSv5?
I also encountered the same problem. This should be a bug in SSv5.
I was facing the same problem.
The solution was loggin in silabs webpage, it requested to update my password (expired) and after logout in SSv5 and login again.
This issue has been reported more frequently recently. It normally means the access token Simplicity Studio has has expired and simply signing into Simplicity Studio again should resolved the issue. You can also try clicking the small down arrow next to your name or login on the bottom border of the Launcher perspective and select [Clear Stored Credentials] and then log in again.
Silicon Labs is looking into catching this error and providing a more meaningful message.