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2 replies Latest Post - 2012-08-27T16:22:45Z by SystemAdmin
Pinned topic How to install a back version of studio?
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How do I install a back version of studio on Mac (to target a 184.108.40.206 runtime) now that the online repositories have been updated?
Re: How to install a back version of studio?2012-08-27T16:15:13Z in response to SystemAdminDavid,
I think I saw from another post that you had the developer edition mixed with a production runtime (either Consumer or Enterprise edition). To be safe you should uninstall the free developer edition and use the production version of studio that came with your server (either Consumer or Enterprise edition). The base install will give you the 220.127.116.11 GA level, you can then upgrade via FixCentral to whatever fixpack level you choose.
The free Developer Edition eclipse plugin only has the latest fixpack level available at any time and should be used standalone (it has its own built in server, not for production). Hope this helps.
Barbara Hampson, Manager, IBM Worklight
Re: How to install a back version of studio?2012-08-27T16:22:45Z in response to SystemAdminBarbara:
Thanks. I'm working on sorting out the entitlement in FixCentral to allow me to download the 18.104.22.168 eclipse repository. That, along with the base 5.0 EE eclipse repository (which I already have) should get me what I need.