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Error Installing from Web Tools (WTP) Update Site [message #482851] Fri, 28 August 2009 10:58 Go to next message
Steven McArdle is currently offline Steven McArdle
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi,

I am trying to update the WTP from the update site and I get the following error : Shocked

Cannot find a solution satisfying the following requirements javax.wsdl [1.6.2.v200806030405].

In my plugins directory I have the following :

javax.wsdl_1.6.2.v200806030405.jar

As well as the 1.4.0 and 1.5.1 versions

This is really causing me some issues now and I have run out of ideas on how to solve the problem. Sad

I am running 3.4 on a MacBook Pro and have set -clean in the ini file just in case.

Any ideas on how to get over this would be well appreciated.

Regards

Steven McArdle
Re: Error Installing from Web Tools (WTP) Update Site [message #482908 is a reply to message #482851] Fri, 28 August 2009 13:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Williams is currently offline David Williams
Messages: 176
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Steven McArdle wrote:
>
> Any ideas on how to get over this would be well appreciated.
>

A couple of ideas.

-clean probably makes things worse in most cases (these days ... I know
it used to be routine, but don't think its needed or desirable these days).

Which update site are you "going" to? I looked at /webtools/updates and
it appears there. If you are using /releases/galileo I do not see it
there. Which means it is probably not at /releases/ganymede either.

Another problem is that our /webtools/updates site is really only for
installing Eclipse 3.5 based software ... not moving from 3.4 to 3.5.

You say "javax.wsdl" is in you plugins directory, but how did they get
there? Were they "installed" or just "copied" into there. Copying is
seldom enough. If it wasn't "installed" it may not be "seen" by Eclipse
during update.

If none of these ideas lead to anything, I think you'd have to give very
detailed steps of what you started with, what you did next, what you are
trying to do, etc., for anyone to be of much help.
Re: Error Installing from Web Tools (WTP) Update Site [message #483078 is a reply to message #482908] Sun, 30 August 2009 22:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Steven McArdle is currently offline Steven McArdle
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
OK,

So what is the correct update site for Ganymede 3.4 ? I am using the webtools/updates site.

Is this todo with some SUN licensing issue such that javax packages cannot be delivered via updates? Something similar to issues with SUN libraries using Maven?

The entry in the plugins directory must have been installed by another plugin, but it is not seen by the webtools update and fails to install

I am not about to give a detailed description of all the plugins I have as I have dozens of them.

It must be pretty easy for one of the developers to trace at what point this library is required, where from and the reasons for it not being available.

The more I use the new update manager the more I hate it. The messages it produces are to cryptic and absolutely no help in problem tracking for users.

Regards

Steven McArdle
Re: Error Installing from Web Tools (WTP) Update Site [message #483241 is a reply to message #483078] Mon, 31 August 2009 17:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Williams is currently offline David Williams
Messages: 176
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Steven McArdle wrote:
> So what is the correct update site for Ganymede 3.4 ? I am using the
> webtools/updates site.
There isn't one. We assume you install it and you're done. See
http://wiki.eclipse.org/WTP/Retention_Policy

> The entry in the plugins directory must have been installed by another
> plugin, but it is not seen by the webtools update and fails to install
> I am not about to give a detailed description of all the plugins I
> have as I have dozens of them.
> It must be pretty easy for one of the developers to trace at what
> point this library is required, where from and the reasons for it not
> being available.

That "developer" to debug your problem will have to be you. You'd at
least need to narrow it down some. For example, explain what you are
trying to do. Ideally what you have done in the past to get to this
point. But, perhaps now that you know there is no update site for
Ganymede level of WTP, perhaps it is not really a problem.
Re: Error Installing from Web Tools (WTP) Update Site [message #506977 is a reply to message #482851] Mon, 11 January 2010 10:31 Go to previous message
Christian Bayer is currently offline Christian Bayer
Messages: 2
Registered: January 2010
Junior Member
I am having exactly the same problem with Eclipse 3.4 based Rational Software Architect 7.5.4. I do also have dozens of plugins installed, don't know which one initially pulled javax.wsdl [1.6.2.v200806030405].
WTP refuses to install because this exact requirement is missing, which is obviously there:
As a matter of facts javax.wsdl_1.6.2.v200806030405.jar is in the plugins directory and is loaded on startup - if I delete it from the plugins directory, the IDE hangs with "initializing plugins" or something like that. So you cannot use Update manager to install an older version of it. WSDL 1.5.2 cannot be installed when 1.6.2 is present, because Update Manager complains that a newer version is installed...
Putting a WSDL 1.5.1-jar changes nothing, either it is not properly installed or simply ignored. To make it even worse I do not even know if the WTP will run with WSDL 1.5.
Re: Error Installing from Web Tools (WTP) Update Site [message #570463 is a reply to message #482908] Sun, 30 August 2009 22:55 Go to previous message
Steven McArdle is currently offline Steven McArdle
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
OK,

So what is the correct update site for Ganymede 3.4 ? I am using the webtools/updates site.

Is this todo with some SUN licensing issue such that javax packages cannot be delivered via updates? Something similar to issues with SUN libraries using Maven?

The entry in the plugins directory must have been installed by another plugin, but it is not seen by the webtools update and fails to install

I am not about to give a detailed description of all the plugins I have as I have dozens of them.

It must be pretty easy for one of the developers to trace at what point this library is required, where from and the reasons for it not being available.

The more I use the new update manager the more I hate it. The messages it produces are to cryptic and absolutely no help in problem tracking for users.

Regards

Steven McArdle
Re: Error Installing from Web Tools (WTP) Update Site [message #570529 is a reply to message #570463] Mon, 31 August 2009 17:19 Go to previous message
David Williams is currently offline David Williams
Messages: 176
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Steven McArdle wrote:
> So what is the correct update site for Ganymede 3.4 ? I am using the
> webtools/updates site.
There isn't one. We assume you install it and you're done. See
http://wiki.eclipse.org/WTP/Retention_Policy

> The entry in the plugins directory must have been installed by another
> plugin, but it is not seen by the webtools update and fails to install
> I am not about to give a detailed description of all the plugins I
> have as I have dozens of them.
> It must be pretty easy for one of the developers to trace at what
> point this library is required, where from and the reasons for it not
> being available.

That "developer" to debug your problem will have to be you. You'd at
least need to narrow it down some. For example, explain what you are
trying to do. Ideally what you have done in the past to get to this
point. But, perhaps now that you know there is no update site for
Ganymede level of WTP, perhaps it is not really a problem.
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