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2 replies Latest Post - 2010-02-17T20:40:35Z by gilgen
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Updated on 2010-02-17T20:40:35Z at 2010-02-17T20:40:35Z by gilgen
Mic_Shioya 120000DJ7M2 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Welcome to the IBM WebSphere Application Migration Toolkit Forum!2010-02-17T05:10:01Z in response to SystemAdminHi, I thank you for your responding, however, in fact, before turning in the previous question, I've tried connecting to the site (see the file attached) in order to come by the plug-in, which is "org.eclipse.gef [3.2.0,4.0.0)", I regret to say, it said "no repository found blabla..."
Would you tell me how I can wrap up this glitch?
FYI, at a glance, retriving Google, there are many results that would be relevant to "org.eclipse.gef [3.2.0,4.0.0)".
gilgen 120000HPNJ3 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Welcome to the IBM WebSphere Application Migration Toolkit Forum!2010-02-17T20:40:35Z in response to Mic_ShioyaThe repository location shown in your attached picture looks correct. I wonder if you are having a firewall, dns, or network issue (or possibly the server was down) at a time of your request. You might want to retry, and if the problem persists, you should try using a browser on that machine and see if it can get to http://download.eclipse.org to help determine where the problem is.