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Kevin005
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Pinned topic Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

‏2012-04-03T13:07:54Z |
I am trying to find the Eclipse plugins. Every website or blog I look at says :
Download Resource kit for appropriate firmware level you are running on your system from Firmware & documentation

I go to the firmware download site and select Websphere, Datapower, and firmware version of 4.0.2.

I find a file that is called ResourceKit.4020

I download this file and unzip and there are no java plugins for Eclipse.
The folder structure in this zip is:
AO
Contivo-analyst
docs
driver
Licenses
OpenSourcePatches
WTX

I don't find any related plugins for Eclipse and I can't find anything else in the firmware downloads sections on the IBM site.

Where are people still getting these plugins?
Updated on 2012-05-10T18:09:57Z at 2012-05-10T18:09:57Z by JayantaP
  • jaluecht
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    Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

    ‏2012-04-19T16:36:10Z  in response to Kevin005
    I was told that the eclipse plugins are no longer supported on version 4.0.2 and above
  • HermannSW
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    Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

    ‏2012-04-21T14:13:47Z  in response to Kevin005
    It was in "eclipse" folder, this if from a 3.8.1.0 Ressource Kit:
    AO
    contivo-analyst
    docs
    eclipse
    ExampleConfigs
    Licenses
    ...
    


     
    Hermann <myXsltBlog/>
    Updated on 2014-03-25T02:57:39Z at 2014-03-25T02:57:39Z by iron-man
  • Kevin005
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    Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

    ‏2012-04-23T15:04:15Z  in response to Kevin005
    Thanks. I will grab it from the 3.8.1 version and then try to find out if it is still going to be supported in the future.
    • JayantaP
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      Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

      ‏2012-05-08T22:07:18Z  in response to Kevin005
      Hi Kevin,
      I'm also in the same situation. Did it work for you with Resource-Kit 3.8.1 version with DataPower 4.0.2? Thanks.
  • Kevin005
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    Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

    ‏2012-05-09T20:48:37Z  in response to Kevin005
    The unofficial word was that it won't be supported in 4.0.x. We are implementing a new installation of these appliances so we didn't want to risk it at this point. Sorry I did not test in 4 after confirming it is not included in any version 4.0.x package.
    We would like to find an easier way to push XSLTs.
    • JayantaP
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      Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

      ‏2012-05-10T18:09:57Z  in response to Kevin005
      Thanks for your reply. I'll give it a try for once.
      • CFKY_SREEKANTH_MONANGI
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        Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

        ‏2014-01-23T10:43:17Z  in response to JayantaP

        could any one provide me the Eclipse Management Plugin.Zip and Eclipse Management Plug-in.pdf files, Thanks....

        • HermannSW
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          Re: Finding the Eclipse Plugins for Management and Development

          ‏2014-01-23T12:11:46Z  in response to CFKY_SREEKANTH_MONANGI

          You should not use it at all.

          It is not supported since 4.0.0 firmware, and since 4.0.1.x firmware is currently the oldest supported DataPower firmware it is not supported at all. It may or may not work with current firmwares. And you will not be able to create PMRs in case of issues ...

          Please have a look at WAMC (WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances), its free to use if you have a DataPower box ...

          There is no replacement for the Eclipse stylesheet development plugin. You may use coproc2 service from this forum posting, and this blog posting shows how you can integrate coproc2 and Eclipse.


          Hermann<myXsltBlog/> <myXsltTweets/> <myCE/> <myFrameless/> <GraphvizFiddle/> <xqib/>

          Updated on 2014-01-23T12:13:24Z at 2014-01-23T12:13:24Z by HermannSW