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Add GlassFish 3.1.2 Runtime to Eclipse Juno [message #987445] Mon, 26 November 2012 16:10
Shelli Orton is currently offline Shelli Orton
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Hi,

Hoping I'm posting this on the right board...

I've recently installed Juno EE Edition and am trying to get my Glassfish 3.1.2.2 (open source edition) server runtime set up.

I installed Glassfish separately via the zip file. My directory looks like:

C:\Servers\glassfish3112\glassfish

In Eclipse, I installed the "Glassfish Java EE Application Server Plugin for Eclipse" which also installed "Oracle Glassfish Server Tools". These are the jars/directories that were added to my plugins directory:

- oracle.eclipse.tools.glassfish_3.2.3.201106220649.jar
- oracle.eclipse.tools.doc.javaee6_1.0.0.201106220649
- oracle.eclipse.tools.doc.javaee5_1.0.0.201106220649
- org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.db.generic_1.0.0.v201107221520.jar (which contains)
- - oracle.eclipse.tools.glassfish_4.2.1.201207240841.jar
- - oracle.eclipse.runtime.glassfish3122_3.1.2.201207240841.jar

I then went into my Preferences | Server | Runtim Environments to add my Glassfish server. When I choose the above path, I get the error message:

"There is no valid GlassFish installlation in the specified directory. Click the Install Server button to download and install to that directory."

I found this StackOverflow question

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9001120/glassfish-3-1-2-and-eclipse

which indicates that the Marketplace plugin does not work with GF 3.1.2 and gives this link to get the Juno version:

http://dlc.sun.com.edgesuite.net/glassfish/eclipse/indigo/plugins/

The latest runtime and tools jars on that site are the ones included in the org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.db.generic_1.0.0.v201107221520.jar.

Can somebody explain to me what I've done wrong and how to get my runtime set up?
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