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Invalid Combination [message #77943] Wed, 19 July 2006 23:24 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: eric.kolotyluk.creo.com

Is TFTP 4.2 compatible with Eclipse 3.2 or am I missing something else?

I'm trying to install TFTP using update manager, but it keeps giving me
the following message:

Invalid Combination
Requested operation cannot be performed because it would invalidate the
current configuration. See details for more information.
Deprecated plugins of Platform project (4.1.0) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.emf.ecore.xmi".
TPTP ProbeKit (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.edit".
TPTP Statistical UI (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.common".
TPTP Test Samples (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
TPTP Server Log Import (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.wst.server.core".
TPTP Monitoring Project (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
TPTP Core (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
TPTP Profile on Server (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.jst.server.tomcat.core".
BIRT Reporting for TPTP Feature (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.birt.core".
TPTP Charting Service (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
BIRT Test Reports for TPTP Feature (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.emf".
TPTP Test (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
TPTP Monitoring Project (4.2.0.v200606131519--_OmSTOTOd6a3aR) requires
plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
TPTP Monitoring Project Examples (4.2.0.v200606121835--0842282835373A)
requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
TPTP Core (4.2.0.v200606150100--Cq0bcpcppNmQn0) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
TPTP Charting Service (4.1.100.v200606150100--2PD88P8PAGAMAY) requires
plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
TPTP ProbeKit (4.2.0.v200606131519--3YIAAYAYEMEUEk) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.emf.edit".
TPTP Statistical UI (4.1.100.v200606131519--1G955G5G7A7E7M) requires
plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.common".
TPTP Test (4.2.0.v200606131519--4hNDDhDhISIcIw) requires plug-in
"org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
TPTP Test Samples (4.1.100.v200606131519--0842282835373A) requires
plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
BIRT Reporting for TPTP Feature (4.2.0.v200606131519--1G955G5G7A7E7M)
requires plug-in "org.eclipse.birt.core".
TPTP Server Log Import (4.1.100.v200606131519--0842282835373A) requires
plug-in "org.eclipse.wst.server.core".
TPTP Profile on Server (4.1.100.v200606180100--2PD88P8PAGAMAY) requires
plug-in "org.eclipse.jst.server.tomcat.core".
Re: Invalid Combination [message #78021 is a reply to message #77943] Thu, 20 July 2006 17:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hubert Leung is currently offline Hubert LeungFriend
Messages: 13
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Eric,

From the error messages, I see you have a TPTP 4.1.0.1 in your environment,
which runs on eclipse 3.1.

TPTP 4.2 requires eclipse 3.2. To install TPTP 4.2, please install eclipse
3.2, and use the update manager to download TPTP 4.2 and its dependencies
from the Callisto download site.

Hubert



"Eric Kolotyluk" <eric.kolotyluk@creo.com> wrote in message
news:ae039b3d1a731ebb2f96753e5edffbb5$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Is TFTP 4.2 compatible with Eclipse 3.2 or am I missing something else?
>
> I'm trying to install TFTP using update manager, but it keeps giving me
> the following message:
>
> Invalid Combination
> Requested operation cannot be performed because it would invalidate the
> current configuration. See details for more information.
> Deprecated plugins of Platform project (4.1.0) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore.xmi".
> TPTP ProbeKit (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.edit".
> TPTP Statistical UI (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.common".
> TPTP Test Samples (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
> TPTP Server Log Import (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.wst.server.core".
> TPTP Monitoring Project (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
> TPTP Core (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
> TPTP Profile on Server (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.jst.server.tomcat.core".
> BIRT Reporting for TPTP Feature (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.birt.core".
> TPTP Charting Service (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
> BIRT Test Reports for TPTP Feature (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.emf".
> TPTP Test (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
> TPTP Monitoring Project (4.2.0.v200606131519--_OmSTOTOd6a3aR) requires
> plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
> TPTP Monitoring Project Examples (4.2.0.v200606121835--0842282835373A)
> requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
> TPTP Core (4.2.0.v200606150100--Cq0bcpcppNmQn0) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
> TPTP Charting Service (4.1.100.v200606150100--2PD88P8PAGAMAY) requires
> plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
> TPTP ProbeKit (4.2.0.v200606131519--3YIAAYAYEMEUEk) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.emf.edit".
> TPTP Statistical UI (4.1.100.v200606131519--1G955G5G7A7E7M) requires
> plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.common".
> TPTP Test (4.2.0.v200606131519--4hNDDhDhISIcIw) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
> TPTP Test Samples (4.1.100.v200606131519--0842282835373A) requires
> plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
> BIRT Reporting for TPTP Feature (4.2.0.v200606131519--1G955G5G7A7E7M)
> requires plug-in "org.eclipse.birt.core".
> TPTP Server Log Import (4.1.100.v200606131519--0842282835373A) requires
> plug-in "org.eclipse.wst.server.core".
> TPTP Profile on Server (4.1.100.v200606180100--2PD88P8PAGAMAY) requires
> plug-in "org.eclipse.jst.server.tomcat.core".
>
Re: Invalid Combination [message #78036 is a reply to message #78021] Thu, 20 July 2006 17:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: eric.kolotyluk.creo.com

I am using Eclipse 3.2, that's why I asked if TFTP 4.2 was compatible with
Eclipse 3.2.

I don't know why I have Eclipse 3.1 stuff in my configuration, I did a
clean install of 3.2. How did it get there?

Cheers, Eric
Re: Invalid Combination [message #78050 is a reply to message #78021] Thu, 20 July 2006 17:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: eric.kolotyluk.creo.com

Sorry, please ignore that last response.

Yes, I am using Eclipse 3.2, and using update manager to download TFTP 4.2.

I don't know why I have TFTP 4.1.0.1 in my environment. How could it get
there? Is there an easy way to remove it?

Cheers, Eric

Hubert Leung wrote:

> Hi Eric,

> From the error messages, I see you have a TPTP 4.1.0.1 in your environment,
> which runs on eclipse 3.1.

> TPTP 4.2 requires eclipse 3.2. To install TPTP 4.2, please install eclipse
> 3.2, and use the update manager to download TPTP 4.2 and its dependencies
> from the Callisto download site.

> Hubert



> "Eric Kolotyluk" <eric.kolotyluk@creo.com> wrote in message
> news:ae039b3d1a731ebb2f96753e5edffbb5$1@www.eclipse.org...
>> Is TFTP 4.2 compatible with Eclipse 3.2 or am I missing something else?
>>
>> I'm trying to install TFTP using update manager, but it keeps giving me
>> the following message:
>>
>> Invalid Combination
>> Requested operation cannot be performed because it would invalidate the
>> current configuration. See details for more information.
>> Deprecated plugins of Platform project (4.1.0) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore.xmi".
>> TPTP ProbeKit (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.edit".
>> TPTP Statistical UI (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.common".
>> TPTP Test Samples (4.1.0) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
>> TPTP Server Log Import (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.wst.server.core".
>> TPTP Monitoring Project (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
>> TPTP Core (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
>> TPTP Profile on Server (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.jst.server.tomcat.core".
>> BIRT Reporting for TPTP Feature (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.birt.core".
>> TPTP Charting Service (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
>> BIRT Test Reports for TPTP Feature (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.emf".
>> TPTP Test (4.1.0.1) requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
>> TPTP Monitoring Project (4.2.0.v200606131519--_OmSTOTOd6a3aR) requires
>> plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
>> TPTP Monitoring Project Examples (4.2.0.v200606121835--0842282835373A)
>> requires plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
>> TPTP Core (4.2.0.v200606150100--Cq0bcpcppNmQn0) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
>> TPTP Charting Service (4.1.100.v200606150100--2PD88P8PAGAMAY) requires
>> plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
>> TPTP ProbeKit (4.2.0.v200606131519--3YIAAYAYEMEUEk) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.emf.edit".
>> TPTP Statistical UI (4.1.100.v200606131519--1G955G5G7A7E7M) requires
>> plug-in "org.eclipse.emf.common".
>> TPTP Test (4.2.0.v200606131519--4hNDDhDhISIcIw) requires plug-in
>> "org.eclipse.emf.ecore".
>> TPTP Test Samples (4.1.100.v200606131519--0842282835373A) requires
>> plug-in "org.eclipse.xsd".
>> BIRT Reporting for TPTP Feature (4.2.0.v200606131519--1G955G5G7A7E7M)
>> requires plug-in "org.eclipse.birt.core".
>> TPTP Server Log Import (4.1.100.v200606131519--0842282835373A) requires
>> plug-in "org.eclipse.wst.server.core".
>> TPTP Profile on Server (4.1.100.v200606180100--2PD88P8PAGAMAY) requires
>> plug-in "org.eclipse.jst.server.tomcat.core".
>>
Re: Invalid Combination [message #78066 is a reply to message #78036] Thu, 20 July 2006 18:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Randy D. Smith is currently offline Randy D. SmithFriend
Messages: 394
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
> I am using Eclipse 3.2, that's why I asked if TFTP 4.2 was compatible
> with Eclipse 3.2.
>
> I don't know why I have Eclipse 3.1 stuff in my configuration, I did a
> clean install of 3.2. How did it get there?
>
> Cheers, Eric
>

To know how TPTP 4.1.0.1 stuff got onto your "clean install of 3.2", I'd
have to know all the steps you went through... Let me run through a
scenario and you tell me where I go astray:

(1) You download Eclipse 3.2 for your platform ... but what 3.2??
Eclipse 3.2 SDK? Eclipse 3.2 Platform runtime binaries? Eclipse 3.2
Platform SDK? ... those are the three alternatives I expect to be most
likely. Alternatively, you might have gotten a "WTP all-in-one" version
of "Eclipse 3.2"... but I assume that is much less likely... correct me
if I'm wrong.

(2) You unzip and run the Eclipse executable.

(3) You go into Help => Software Updates => Find and Install... and you
select "Search for new features to install" => Next, right?

(4) At this point you want to make sure you select the "Callisto
Discovery Site" rather than the other one... I think this is now
correctly the default, but I'm not sure. This MIGHT be where you were
led down a road that led to selecting the "wrong versions".

Any of this help?

--
RDS

Randy D. Smith randy (dot) d (dot) smith (at) intel (dot) com
Eclipse TPTP Committer, Platform Proj (data collection/agent controller)
Re: Invalid Combination [message #78156 is a reply to message #78066] Thu, 20 July 2006 22:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: eric.kolotyluk.creo.com

Randy D. Smith wrote:

> Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
>> I am using Eclipse 3.2, that's why I asked if TFTP 4.2 was compatible
>> with Eclipse 3.2.
>>
>> I don't know why I have Eclipse 3.1 stuff in my configuration, I did a
>> clean install of 3.2. How did it get there?
>>
>> Cheers, Eric
>>

> To know how TPTP 4.1.0.1 stuff got onto your "clean install of 3.2", I'd
> have to know all the steps you went through... Let me run through a
> scenario and you tell me where I go astray:

> (1) You download Eclipse 3.2 for your platform ... but what 3.2??
> Eclipse 3.2 SDK? Eclipse 3.2 Platform runtime binaries? Eclipse 3.2
> Platform SDK? ... those are the three alternatives I expect to be most
> likely. Alternatively, you might have gotten a "WTP all-in-one" version
> of "Eclipse 3.2"... but I assume that is much less likely... correct me
> if I'm wrong.

> (2) You unzip and run the Eclipse executable.

> (3) You go into Help => Software Updates => Find and Install... and you
> select "Search for new features to install" => Next, right?

> (4) At this point you want to make sure you select the "Callisto
> Discovery Site" rather than the other one... I think this is now
> correctly the default, but I'm not sure. This MIGHT be where you were
> led down a road that led to selecting the "wrong versions".

> Any of this help?

Basically I downloaded eclipse-SDK-3.2-win32.zip from the download site
and unziped it into c:\Program File\Eclipse 3.2

To download TFTP I went to Help->Software Updates->Find and Intall. I
selected "Search for new updates to install" and clicked "next". I clicked
"new remote site..." and entered
"http://eclipse.org/tptp/updates/site.xml" Next I clicked "finish" and
selected the main (first) TFTP site "TFTP Update Site". When the updates
window appeared I selected the check box next to TFTP - that's when there
error appeared.

Is that what you needed to know?

I can't see any "Callisto Discovery Site" in the list of mirrors.

Next I tried again and selected "[United States] Eclipse Foundation
Callisto Mirror 1" and the update manager downloaded a bunch of stuff,
then when I selected the TFTP check box I got the same error.

Cheers, Eric
Re: Invalid Combination [message #78272 is a reply to message #78156] Fri, 21 July 2006 20:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Randy D. Smith is currently offline Randy D. SmithFriend
Messages: 394
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
> Randy D. Smith wrote:
>
>> Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
>>
>>> I am using Eclipse 3.2, that's why I asked if TFTP 4.2 was compatible
>>> with Eclipse 3.2.
>>>
>>> I don't know why I have Eclipse 3.1 stuff in my configuration, I did
>>> a clean install of 3.2. How did it get there?
>>>
>>> Cheers, Eric
>>>
>
>> To know how TPTP 4.1.0.1 stuff got onto your "clean install of 3.2",
>> I'd have to know all the steps you went through... Let me run through
>> a scenario and you tell me where I go astray:
>
>
>> (1) You download Eclipse 3.2 for your platform ... but what 3.2??
>> Eclipse 3.2 SDK? Eclipse 3.2 Platform runtime binaries? Eclipse 3.2
>> Platform SDK? ... those are the three alternatives I expect to be most
>> likely. Alternatively, you might have gotten a "WTP all-in-one"
>> version of "Eclipse 3.2"... but I assume that is much less likely...
>> correct me if I'm wrong.
>
>
>> (2) You unzip and run the Eclipse executable.
>
>
>> (3) You go into Help => Software Updates => Find and Install... and
>> you select "Search for new features to install" => Next, right?
>
>
>> (4) At this point you want to make sure you select the "Callisto
>> Discovery Site" rather than the other one... I think this is now
>> correctly the default, but I'm not sure. This MIGHT be where you were
>> led down a road that led to selecting the "wrong versions".
>
>
>> Any of this help?
>
>
> Basically I downloaded eclipse-SDK-3.2-win32.zip from the download site
> and unziped it into c:\Program File\Eclipse 3.2

Okay, that's good.

> To download TFTP I went to Help->Software Updates->Find and Intall. I

Okay...

> selected "Search for new updates to install" and clicked "next". I
> clicked "new remote site..." and entered

That should work per the Installation Guide for TPTP 4.2 ... but easier
would have been to choose the Callisto Discovery Site at this point, NOT
to enter a new remote site. It should have been the default, or if
not, the other of the two sites listed.

> "http://eclipse.org/tptp/updates/site.xml" Next I clicked "finish" and

That's the site the Installation Guide gives...

> selected the main (first) TFTP site "TFTP Update Site". When the updates
> window appeared I selected the check box next to TFTP - that's when
> there error appeared.
>
> Is that what you needed to know?

Yes... if you have access to bugzilla could you file a bugzilla listing
what you did? If you don't have access, I'll try to reproduce what you
did and file the bugzilla myself... this is a serious blow to usability!

> I can't see any "Callisto Discovery Site" in the list of mirrors.

It's not a mirror; it's one of the two default sites pre-installed in
Eclipse 3.2. When I've used it I've not seen any problems at all.
However, if I've tried to either (1) look for "updates to existing
plugins" or (2) go to the TPTP site itself subsequent to a Callisto
install (various packages put their site into the list at installation),
I've seen "old packages" show up as available... this is just broken IMHO.

> Next I tried again and selected "[United States] Eclipse Foundation
> Callisto Mirror 1" and the update manager downloaded a bunch of stuff,
> then when I selected the TFTP check box I got the same error.

Mirrors themselves won't make the difference... it's the install site
itself.

> Cheers, Eric

Sorry, it's hard to be cheery when we provide more ways to do things
wrong and don't make it obvious the way to do it right! Bummer!

--
RDS

Randy D. Smith randy (dot) d (dot) smith (at) intel (dot) com
Eclipse TPTP Committer, Platform Proj (data collection/agent controller)
Re: Invalid Combination [message #78302 is a reply to message #78272] Fri, 21 July 2006 22:39 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: eric.kolotyluk.creo.com

Randy D. Smith wrote:

> Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
>> Randy D. Smith wrote:
>>
>>> Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
>>>
>>>> I am using Eclipse 3.2, that's why I asked if TFTP 4.2 was compatible
>>>> with Eclipse 3.2.
>>>>
>>>> I don't know why I have Eclipse 3.1 stuff in my configuration, I did
>>>> a clean install of 3.2. How did it get there?
>>>>
>>>> Cheers, Eric
>>>>
>>
>>> To know how TPTP 4.1.0.1 stuff got onto your "clean install of 3.2",
>>> I'd have to know all the steps you went through... Let me run through
>>> a scenario and you tell me where I go astray:
>>
>>
>>> (1) You download Eclipse 3.2 for your platform ... but what 3.2??
>>> Eclipse 3.2 SDK? Eclipse 3.2 Platform runtime binaries? Eclipse 3.2
>>> Platform SDK? ... those are the three alternatives I expect to be most
>>> likely. Alternatively, you might have gotten a "WTP all-in-one"
>>> version of "Eclipse 3.2"... but I assume that is much less likely...
>>> correct me if I'm wrong.
>>
>>
>>> (2) You unzip and run the Eclipse executable.
>>
>>
>>> (3) You go into Help => Software Updates => Find and Install... and
>>> you select "Search for new features to install" => Next, right?
>>
>>
>>> (4) At this point you want to make sure you select the "Callisto
>>> Discovery Site" rather than the other one... I think this is now
>>> correctly the default, but I'm not sure. This MIGHT be where you were
>>> led down a road that led to selecting the "wrong versions".
>>
>>
>>> Any of this help?
>>
>>
>> Basically I downloaded eclipse-SDK-3.2-win32.zip from the download site
>> and unziped it into c:Program FileEclipse 3.2

> Okay, that's good.

>> To download TFTP I went to Help->Software Updates->Find and Intall. I

> Okay...

>> selected "Search for new updates to install" and clicked "next". I
>> clicked "new remote site..." and entered

> That should work per the Installation Guide for TPTP 4.2 ... but easier
> would have been to choose the Callisto Discovery Site at this point, NOT
> to enter a new remote site. It should have been the default, or if
> not, the other of the two sites listed.

>> "http://eclipse.org/tptp/updates/site.xml" Next I clicked "finish" and

> That's the site the Installation Guide gives...

>> selected the main (first) TFTP site "TFTP Update Site". When the updates
>> window appeared I selected the check box next to TFTP - that's when
>> there error appeared.
>>
>> Is that what you needed to know?

> Yes... if you have access to bugzilla could you file a bugzilla listing
> what you did? If you don't have access, I'll try to reproduce what you
> did and file the bugzilla myself... this is a serious blow to usability!

>> I can't see any "Callisto Discovery Site" in the list of mirrors.

> It's not a mirror; it's one of the two default sites pre-installed in
> Eclipse 3.2. When I've used it I've not seen any problems at all.
> However, if I've tried to either (1) look for "updates to existing
> plugins" or (2) go to the TPTP site itself subsequent to a Callisto
> install (various packages put their site into the list at installation),
> I've seen "old packages" show up as available... this is just broken IMHO.

>> Next I tried again and selected "[United States] Eclipse Foundation
>> Callisto Mirror 1" and the update manager downloaded a bunch of stuff,
>> then when I selected the TFTP check box I got the same error.

> Mirrors themselves won't make the difference... it's the install site
> itself.

>> Cheers, Eric

> Sorry, it's hard to be cheery when we provide more ways to do things
> wrong and don't make it obvious the way to do it right! Bummer!

OK, I found the Callisto Discovery Site check box, selected it, and
everything worked - Wha Who!

Many thanks!

Cheers, Eric
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