I was able to successfully install the Subclipse v.1.8.* via the update site (http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.8.x). I added first the mylyn update site (http://download.eclipse.org/tools/mylyn/update/e3.4/) because the toolkit seemed to be missing some mylyn packages required by Subclipse.
However, after restarting the Toolkit, The SVN view and perspective doesn't show up in the 'Show View' or 'Open Perspective' Dialog.
Is the Subclipse Plug-in compatible with Message Broker 8 Toolkit? Anybody got Subclipse running ok?
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Updated on 2013-02-22T10:58:58Z at 2013-02-22T10:58:58Z by fjb_saper
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK4179 Posts
Re: Subclipse and Message Broker v.8 Toolkit2012-08-21T10:15:27ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer....works fine... We have WMB broker toolkit 188.8.131.52 (i.e. based on eclipse 3.6) with extra installation of Tigris Subclipse SVNclient 1.8.11 and mylyn-3.7.1.v20120425-0100... altogether working fine.
The subclipse and mylyn plug-ins were added after the regular toolkit installation via the native Eclipse Help > Install new software... (but not copying plugins and features across).
Worth knowing: If you also run the extension "Transformation extender for Integration servers" on shall opt for the (windows > preferences > ...svn ) SVN Interface = SVNKit in place of JavaHL SVN client... otherwise sharing the TX map development projects report webDAV errors.
TIP 1: the Eclipse Refresh does not always work from the Java view, one must switch to the Broker Application view and refresh there before sharing projects
TIP 2: the sharing of "Applications" or "broker libraries" can also be problematic and we had to try some variant "assemblies" of independent message flow projects + broker libraries/applications to get the SVN sync working fine. To say it a bit more precisely, an SVN sync of an "independent resource" (as labelled under Broker Application perspective) always works fine, whereas the SVN Sync of an "Application" or "library" is only indirect -- an extra window pops out and proposes to sync the "underlying" projects -- with, sometimes(!?!), weird failures.
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK4179 Posts
Re: Subclipse and Message Broker v.8 Toolkit2012-08-21T10:19:10ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- open perspective: Team Synchronizing, etc...
- select project in the browser/tree, right click Team > Synchronize... and extra right click Team > sync on each "sub" resource in case of an application or library
Re: Subclipse and Message Broker v.8 Toolkit2012-08-22T03:29:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
"<SVN Repository Exploring>" in the Open Perspective window (see attached).
I think I'm going to reinstall the toolkit, then try to install the plugin again.
Thanks anyway, and the tips are noted. Hopefully it's just a messed up toolkit install.
Re: Subclipse and Message Broker v.8 Toolkit2012-08-22T06:36:13ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
My mistake before was when I got the mylyn 'missing dependencies' error, I tried to install subclipse lower versions instead of adding the mylyn update site. That must have left unnecessary packages in the toolkit install. Ah, noob. (^_^;)
Rayudu_AP 270001N7N23 Posts
Re: Subclipse and Message Broker v.8 Toolkit2013-02-12T22:43:33ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
I am not sure if I am asking a dumb question.. I can see the IBM Websphere Eclipse Platform V3.3 instlaation when I check in control panel of installed softwares, however, wehen I go to my start menu to look for Eclipse, I don't see any.. Am I missing something? Could someone explain me the process to install the subversion pl;ugin for the V7 toolkit?
fjb_saper 110000H916125 Posts
Re: Subclipse and Message Broker v.8 Toolkit2013-02-22T10:58:58ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- Rayudu_AP 270001N7N2
You need to open the eclipse instance you installed it in.