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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-10-05T13:31:59Z by SystemAdmin
MBaatz
MBaatz
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Pinned topic Rational Functional Tester installation into existing Eclipse environment

‏2012-05-09T08:53:02Z |
We're trying to install RFT V8.2.1.1 into an existing Eclipse Classics V3.7.2 environment.
During the installation we receive the following error messages in IBM Installation Manager:
Feature "org.eclipse.help.nls1" is missing
Feature "org.eclipse.sdk.nls1" is missing
Feature "org.eclipse.rcp.nls1" is missing
Feature "org.eclipse.cvs.nls1" is missing
Feature "org.eclipse.platform.nls1" is missing
Feature "org.eclipse.pde.nls1" is missing
Feature "org.eclipse.jdt.nls1" is missing
Feature "org.eclipse.equinox.p2.user.ui.nls1" is missing

The help function guides to an Eclipse update package on IBM Fix Central.
But this is for RFT V8.2.0 and Eclipse V3.6 only.

Is there any way to run RFT V8.2.1.1 in an existing Eclipse V3.7.2 environment?

Kind regards
Michael
SW Consultant
Updated on 2012-10-05T13:31:59Z at 2012-10-05T13:31:59Z by SystemAdmin
  • patrick.vanzandt
    patrick.vanzandt
    326 Posts

    Re: Rational Functional Tester installation into existing Eclipse environment

    ‏2012-05-09T13:18:33Z  
    Hi Michael,

    RFT 8.2.1.1 requires Eclipse 3.6.2. More information here: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27024107#Table3.

    I am not aware of any solution or workaround to get this working with Eclipse 3.7.x. My recommendation would be to pursue this as an RFE (or simply wait until a future version of RFT which adopts Eclipse 3.7.x).

    Cheers,
    Patrick


    Patrick Van Zandt
    Software Engineer
    Testing & Quality Management
    IBM Rational Client Support - Americas
    http://www.ibm.com/support/servicerequest
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    16727 Posts

    Re: Rational Functional Tester installation into existing Eclipse environment

    ‏2012-10-05T13:31:59Z  
    Hi,
    I opened the following RFE 27198, which asks for a RFT based on Eclipse 3.7 or later versions.