|failing to resolve import package refs to org.eclipse.bpel.model used as plug-in depencency [message #660035]
||Wed, 16 March 2011 15:26
Originally posted by: ss.thinkersfoot.net|
i got a third-party plugin (http://mdd4soa.eu/transformers/) which
requires two bpel-designer plug-ins as plug-in dependencies, namely:
i plan to extend this plugin and tried to setup my built environment
accordingly. i imported the source project distribution of the 3rd-party
plugin into my workspace successfully, installed bpel designer from the
update site into my eclipse 3.6.2.
when trying to build the 3rd-party plugin, i run into a load of
shout-outs of the form:
"The import org.eclipse.bpel.model cannot be resolved"
if I mount a cvs copy of org.eclipse.bpel.model as a project, it nicely
plays with the 3rd-party plugin built.
i then checked back with the plugin-dependencies view of the 3rd-party
plugin. there i find none of the packages in org.eclipse.bpel.model
(i.e., org.eclipse.bpel.model.*) being shown as accessible/exported. why so?
however, if i look at the cvs exported org.eclipse.bpel.model sources
and their plugin.xml, there are packages being marked as runtime >
am i missing anything obvious here?
looking into the org.eclipse.bpel.model jar, i only find the "bin"
archive in there (the zip archive containing all package dirs and class
files); which is probably the way the non-exported packages are hidden
from client (e.g., plugins).
i'd simply like to avoid maintaining yet another source project and
simply build the refined 3rd-party plugin against the installed
Thanks for any hints!
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