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Installing BPEL in Eclipse Ganymede withoutt creating a run configuration [message #11703] Thu, 02 April 2009 11:20 Go to next message
George Badu is currently offline George Badu
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Get the latest and greatest BPEL Designer code as described below
Switch to the CVS perspective by
clicking Window->Open Perspective->Other->CVS Repository Exploring.
10. Right-click in the “CVS Repositories” View to add a new Repository
Location.
11. Fill the dialog as follows and click Finish.

Host = dev.eclipse.org
Repository Path = /cvsroot/technology
User = anonymous
Password = leave blank

Click Finish

Expand “org.eclipse.bpel/plugins” under HEAD. Select the following plugins:
* org.eclipse.bpel.apache.ode.deploy.model
* org.eclipse.bpel.apache.ode.deploy.ui
* org.eclipse.bpel.apache.ode.runtime
* org.eclipse.bpel.common.model
* org.eclipse.bpel.common.ui
* org.eclipse.bpel.model
* org.eclipse.bpel.runtimes
* org.eclipse.bpel.ui
* org.eclipse.bpel.wsil.model
Right-click on the selection and select “Check out”. Wait until the
checkout operation
has been finished.
Switch Back to the Java Perspective by selecting Window->Open Perspective-
>Other->Java(default)
In case you’ll find some compile errors. Go to Window->Preferences->Java-
>Compiler-> Errors/Warnings. Expand the “Deprecated and restricted API”
section. Set the “Forbidden reference (access rules)” to “Warning”
(instead of
Error). Click OK, click “Yes” on the rebuild dialog that appears.
Now your package Explorer View should show all the plug-ins, and no compile
errors should be there

1a. Jar the compiled files up. Files Should found at %ECLISPE_WORKSPACE%

1b. Alternatively, you can download the BPEL plugin Files from
http://www.miketech.net/bpel-designer.zip, unzip it and then copy the
compiled contents of the folders in %ECLISPE_WORKSPACE% to the
corresponding jar files (i.e. the ones from
http://www.miketech.net/bpel-designer.zip) using a tool like winrar e.g.
if you have org.eclipse.bpel.apache.ode.runtime_0.4.0.jar in the
downloaded zip, copy the contents from the folder corresponding folder in
%ECLIPSE_WORKSPACE%\org.eclipse.bpel.apache.ode.runtime to
org.eclipse.bpel.apache.ode.runtime_0.4.0.jar

Once you’ve finished either 1a or 1b, copy the new jar files and paste
them in %ECLIPSE_HOME%\plugins and restart Eclipse

Ganymede should now see the new plugins
icon5.gif  Re: Installing BPEL in Eclipse Ganymede withoutt creating a run configuration [message #904743 is a reply to message #11703] Wed, 29 August 2012 04:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Areeg Samir is currently offline Areeg Samir
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Registered: August 2012
Location: Egypt
Junior Member
Hello,
I follow your steps but when I add new CVS Repository Exploring and fill up the dialog as you mentioned, I got no BPEL under HEAD.
Re: Installing BPEL in Eclipse Ganymede withoutt creating a run configuration [message #904991 is a reply to message #904743] Wed, 29 August 2012 14:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Robert Brodt is currently offline Robert Brodt
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Registered: August 2010
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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The BPEL project repository has been migrated from CVS to GIT. Please see the instructions on the project website, here: http://eclipse.org/bpel/install.php

Bob
Re: Installing BPEL in Eclipse Ganymede withoutt creating a run configuration [message #904994 is a reply to message #904991] Wed, 29 August 2012 14:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Robert Brodt is currently offline Robert Brodt
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Registered: August 2010
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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BTW, ganymede is four releases behind the current eclipse platform. Is there any reason why you are still using this version of eclipse?
icon9.gif  Re: BPEL Package doesn't appear in CVS repository under Eclipse [message #905542 is a reply to message #904991] Thu, 30 August 2012 15:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Areeg Samir is currently offline Areeg Samir
Messages: 9
Registered: August 2012
Location: Egypt
Junior Member
I follow the instructions, but when I place /git as a repository path in CVS Repository Exploring and place dev.eclipse.org as a Host under Eclipse there is a message tell me there is no such repository. I read all the newsletter, I read the instructions, I surfed the internet to find answer, and I send\t emails to the BPEL team no one give me a helpful answer..so please I really spent weeks and till now I can't solve it..Could you help me?
Re: BPEL Package doesn't appear in CVS repository under Eclipse [message #905641 is a reply to message #905542] Thu, 30 August 2012 19:56 Go to previous message
Robert Brodt is currently offline Robert Brodt
Messages: 595
Registered: August 2010
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Senior Member

Please, please, please...find a good online resource that explains the GIT distributed repository! Github is a good starting point, for example (https://github.com/)

Then read the instructions on the BPEL project website (see my previous posting).

AFTER you have done that, if you still have questions to which you can't find the answers with a simple google search, post them here.
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