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UpdateManager Reconciling [message #667033] Tue, 26 April 2011 11:09
Sebastian Fuchs is currently offline Sebastian FuchsFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Forwarding this to platform newsgroup as there have been no responses
from the rcp newsgroup:


I use PDE Headless Build on Hudson to build my RCP application.
My product is set to use a generated default config.ini.
That way the build is fine, except the annoying messages coming from the
update manager telling at each run that the bundles are already installed:

!ENTRY org.eclipse.update.configurator 4 0 2011-04-15 11:20:49.187
!MESSAGE Das Produktpaket plugins/ konnte
nicht installiert werden. Bundle "" version
"4.2.1.v20100412" has already been installed from:

61 following

(1) Am I right, that this is a bug (or at least an unwanted
misbehaviour), that a standard product configuration produces errors ?

When I manually edit the generated config.ini and set
org.eclipse.update.reconcile=false, everything is fine, except that I
loose the comfort of an automated build process.

#Product Runtime Configuration File
eclipse.application=de.tragwerk.solution.application.applica tion
osgi.splashPath=platform:/base/plugins/de.tragwerk.solution. product.all
osgi.bundles=org.eclipse.equinox.simpleconfigurator@1:start lipse.equinox.simpleconfigurator/

When I tell my product configuration to use a given config.ini with the
exact contents of the generated one (see example above), none of my
(de.*) bundles are resolved resulting in an Application not found
When I then remove the org.eclipse.update.reconcile=false entry
everything works fine, except of the noisy 'already installed'-messages
appearing again.

So this is annoying me since many many months.
(2) Can anyone point me to a solution ? I think this is relevant to the
most RCP developers.

Thank you in advance,
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