I'm Mic also and so interested in this tool. But I've run into a difficulty, which would be just a glitch....
When I tried to install this tool on eclipse 3.5.1 along with the description in the pdf format manual "Application Migration Tool".
However, when it comes to step 8 in page 7, it failed, also it insisted thus;
"Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software being installed: Application Migration Tool 184.108.40.206912071535 (com.ibm.ws.appconversion_feature.feature.group 220.127.116.11912071535)
Missing requirement: Application Migration Tool 18.104.22.168912071535 (com.ibm.ws.appconversion_feature.feature.group 22.214.171.124912071535) requires 'org.eclipse.gef [3.2.0,4.0.0)' but it could not be found"
And I added a jpg file so that you can make out what in the world the real message on the eclipse was.
Also let me add the information as to the file I'd downloaded as a zipped "WebSphere Migration Tool" file.....please see below,
C:\temp\WAS Migration Tool for Win & Linux のディレクトリ
2010/02/04 15:14 <DIR> .
2010/02/04 15:14 <DIR> ..
2010/02/04 15:14 10,055,923 com.ibm.ws.appconversion-updatesite.zip
1 個のファイル 10,055,923 バイト
2 個のディレクトリ 116,528,222,208 バイトの空き領域
Would you please respond to my rudiment question?
Thanks a bunch in advance,
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Updated on 2010-02-05T19:23:38Z at 2010-02-05T19:23:38Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: I couldn't install it on eclipse 3.5.1, would you please spell it out?2010-02-05T19:23:38ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Step 3 on page 6 of the PDF manual has instructions for installing the necessary dependencies from the Galileo update site. Be sure that both the charting and Java EE developer dependencies have been installed, after which the missing org.eclipse.gef plug-in should be available.
Alternatively if you want to start with a fresh Eclipse install, download the "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers" package from the eclipse.org download site and install the migration toolkit into that.