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Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213511] Fri, 09 May 2008 12:07 Go to next message
Trace Windham is currently offline Trace Windham
Messages: 16
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I've been selected by my team to be the first to move from Eclipse 3.3
to 3.4.

After installing 3.4 and some other stuff (See 'Installed Features'
below), I launch the new wizard (Ctrl-N), and start looking for the
Dynamic Web Project, but it's not there.

Can anyone help me figure out what I am missing in my installation that
is causing this wizard to not be available?

OBTW my Plug-in Registry view shows no errors. It seems that all of my
plug-ins are installed properly and their dependencies are resolved.

Thanks,
Trace



Installed Features:

I got this list from the Configuration Details Dialog.

*** Features:
org.eclipse.cvs (1.1.0.v20080408-7C79E8M9EI99l_LFR) "Eclipse CVS Client"
org.eclipse.datatools.doc.user (1.6.0.v200804021-34-8w95BIAIDJ5) "Data
Tools Platform User Guide"
org.eclipse.datatools.intro (1.6.0.v200804021-1--311817182) "Eclipse
Data Tools Platform Intro Plug-in"
org.eclipse.datatools.sdk.feature.source (1.6.0.v200804021) "Eclipse
Datatools Source"
org.eclipse.draw2d (3.4.0.v20080115-33-7w31191512) "Graphical Editing
Framework Draw2d"
org.eclipse.emf.common (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Common"
org.eclipse.emf.common.ui (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Common UI"
org.eclipse.emf.ecore (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Ecore"
org.eclipse.emf.ecore.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Ecore Edit Support"
org.eclipse.emf.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Edit"
org.eclipse.emf.edit.ui (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Edit UI"
org.eclipse.gef (3.4.0.v20080115-677-8082A5684C2623) "Graphical Editing
Framework GEF"
org.eclipse.help (1.0.0.v20080407a-7r7wEIqEJkXu6mI9_7rPB5trz00j) "Help
System Core"
org.eclipse.jdt (3.4.0.v20080407-34m6a-7o7sEC6EFpPqmeZEz03FkQQgb)
"Eclipse Java Development Tools"
org.eclipse.jst (3.0.0.v200804020555-7K-8Y8pUUqZVMG_Yz0vB25SwI4Qb) "J2EE
Standard Tools (JST)"
org.eclipse.pde (3.4.0.v20080324a-7R7V-E_EkMNqMuiJAW4IGb) "PDE"
org.eclipse.platform
(3.4.0.v20080407a-9F94EjREj_sBIPliz-q3jhtr1QcUunY6usz011k) "Eclipse
Platform"
org.eclipse.rcp (3.4.0.v20080407a-969KEWNEjMvdgqqz-iNmVtQp) "Eclipse RCP"
org.eclipse.sdk
(3.4.0.v20080407a-7M7S-BI5lqaYZ_jz09lyqy6ADz0OqUJkh4cZGPZSDp wMF)
"Eclipse Project SDK"
org.eclipse.wst (3.0.0.v200712121937-7K788Z8qMfmB34dKEnQdJXwiNU-H) "Web
Standard Tools (WST)"
org.eclipse.xsd (2.4.0.v200804012208) "XML Schema Infoset Model (XSD)"
org.eclipse.xsd.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "XML Schema Edit Framework"
Re: Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213527 is a reply to message #213511] Fri, 09 May 2008 12:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: dcarver.starstandard.org

Make sure you are running with at least a Java 5 JRE.

Dave


Trace Windham wrote:
> I've been selected by my team to be the first to move from Eclipse 3.3
> to 3.4.
>
> After installing 3.4 and some other stuff (See 'Installed Features'
> below), I launch the new wizard (Ctrl-N), and start looking for the
> Dynamic Web Project, but it's not there.
>
> Can anyone help me figure out what I am missing in my installation that
> is causing this wizard to not be available?
>
> OBTW my Plug-in Registry view shows no errors. It seems that all of my
> plug-ins are installed properly and their dependencies are resolved.
>
> Thanks,
> Trace
>
>
>
> Installed Features:
>
> I got this list from the Configuration Details Dialog.
>
> *** Features:
> org.eclipse.cvs (1.1.0.v20080408-7C79E8M9EI99l_LFR) "Eclipse CVS Client"
> org.eclipse.datatools.doc.user (1.6.0.v200804021-34-8w95BIAIDJ5) "Data
> Tools Platform User Guide"
> org.eclipse.datatools.intro (1.6.0.v200804021-1--311817182) "Eclipse
> Data Tools Platform Intro Plug-in"
> org.eclipse.datatools.sdk.feature.source (1.6.0.v200804021) "Eclipse
> Datatools Source"
> org.eclipse.draw2d (3.4.0.v20080115-33-7w31191512) "Graphical Editing
> Framework Draw2d"
> org.eclipse.emf.common (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Common"
> org.eclipse.emf.common.ui (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Common UI"
> org.eclipse.emf.ecore (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Ecore"
> org.eclipse.emf.ecore.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Ecore Edit Support"
> org.eclipse.emf.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Edit"
> org.eclipse.emf.edit.ui (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Edit UI"
> org.eclipse.gef (3.4.0.v20080115-677-8082A5684C2623) "Graphical Editing
> Framework GEF"
> org.eclipse.help (1.0.0.v20080407a-7r7wEIqEJkXu6mI9_7rPB5trz00j) "Help
> System Core"
> org.eclipse.jdt (3.4.0.v20080407-34m6a-7o7sEC6EFpPqmeZEz03FkQQgb)
> "Eclipse Java Development Tools"
> org.eclipse.jst (3.0.0.v200804020555-7K-8Y8pUUqZVMG_Yz0vB25SwI4Qb) "J2EE
> Standard Tools (JST)"
> org.eclipse.pde (3.4.0.v20080324a-7R7V-E_EkMNqMuiJAW4IGb) "PDE"
> org.eclipse.platform
> (3.4.0.v20080407a-9F94EjREj_sBIPliz-q3jhtr1QcUunY6usz011k) "Eclipse
> Platform"
> org.eclipse.rcp (3.4.0.v20080407a-969KEWNEjMvdgqqz-iNmVtQp) "Eclipse RCP"
> org.eclipse.sdk
> (3.4.0.v20080407a-7M7S-BI5lqaYZ_jz09lyqy6ADz0OqUJkh4cZGPZSDp wMF)
> "Eclipse Project SDK"
> org.eclipse.wst (3.0.0.v200712121937-7K788Z8qMfmB34dKEnQdJXwiNU-H) "Web
> Standard Tools (WST)"
> org.eclipse.xsd (2.4.0.v200804012208) "XML Schema Infoset Model (XSD)"
> org.eclipse.xsd.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "XML Schema Edit Framework"
Re: Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213536 is a reply to message #213527] Fri, 09 May 2008 14:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Trace Windham is currently offline Trace Windham
Messages: 16
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I'm using JDK 1.6.0_03


David Carver wrote:
> Make sure you are running with at least a Java 5 JRE.
>
> Dave
>
>
> Trace Windham wrote:
>> I've been selected by my team to be the first to move from Eclipse 3.3
>> to 3.4.
>>
>> After installing 3.4 and some other stuff (See 'Installed Features'
>> below), I launch the new wizard (Ctrl-N), and start looking for the
>> Dynamic Web Project, but it's not there.
>>
>> Can anyone help me figure out what I am missing in my installation
>> that is causing this wizard to not be available?
>>
>> OBTW my Plug-in Registry view shows no errors. It seems that all of my
>> plug-ins are installed properly and their dependencies are resolved.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Trace
>>
>>
>>
>> Installed Features:
>>
>> I got this list from the Configuration Details Dialog.
>>
>> *** Features:
>> org.eclipse.cvs (1.1.0.v20080408-7C79E8M9EI99l_LFR) "Eclipse CVS Client"
>> org.eclipse.datatools.doc.user (1.6.0.v200804021-34-8w95BIAIDJ5) "Data
>> Tools Platform User Guide"
>> org.eclipse.datatools.intro (1.6.0.v200804021-1--311817182) "Eclipse
>> Data Tools Platform Intro Plug-in"
>> org.eclipse.datatools.sdk.feature.source (1.6.0.v200804021) "Eclipse
>> Datatools Source"
>> org.eclipse.draw2d (3.4.0.v20080115-33-7w31191512) "Graphical Editing
>> Framework Draw2d"
>> org.eclipse.emf.common (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Common"
>> org.eclipse.emf.common.ui (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Common UI"
>> org.eclipse.emf.ecore (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Ecore"
>> org.eclipse.emf.ecore.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Ecore Edit Support"
>> org.eclipse.emf.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Edit"
>> org.eclipse.emf.edit.ui (2.4.0.v200804012208) "EMF Edit UI"
>> org.eclipse.gef (3.4.0.v20080115-677-8082A5684C2623) "Graphical
>> Editing Framework GEF"
>> org.eclipse.help (1.0.0.v20080407a-7r7wEIqEJkXu6mI9_7rPB5trz00j) "Help
>> System Core"
>> org.eclipse.jdt (3.4.0.v20080407-34m6a-7o7sEC6EFpPqmeZEz03FkQQgb)
>> "Eclipse Java Development Tools"
>> org.eclipse.jst (3.0.0.v200804020555-7K-8Y8pUUqZVMG_Yz0vB25SwI4Qb)
>> "J2EE Standard Tools (JST)"
>> org.eclipse.pde (3.4.0.v20080324a-7R7V-E_EkMNqMuiJAW4IGb) "PDE"
>> org.eclipse.platform
>> (3.4.0.v20080407a-9F94EjREj_sBIPliz-q3jhtr1QcUunY6usz011k) "Eclipse
>> Platform"
>> org.eclipse.rcp (3.4.0.v20080407a-969KEWNEjMvdgqqz-iNmVtQp) "Eclipse RCP"
>> org.eclipse.sdk
>> (3.4.0.v20080407a-7M7S-BI5lqaYZ_jz09lyqy6ADz0OqUJkh4cZGPZSDp wMF)
>> "Eclipse Project SDK"
>> org.eclipse.wst (3.0.0.v200712121937-7K788Z8qMfmB34dKEnQdJXwiNU-H)
>> "Web Standard Tools (WST)"
>> org.eclipse.xsd (2.4.0.v200804012208) "XML Schema Infoset Model (XSD)"
>> org.eclipse.xsd.edit (2.4.0.v200804012208) "XML Schema Edit Framework"
Re: Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213544 is a reply to message #213536] Fri, 09 May 2008 14:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: dcarver.starstandard.org

Trace Windham wrote:
> I'm using JDK 1.6.0_03
>
>
> David Carver wrote:
>> Make sure you are running with at least a Java 5 JRE.
>>
>> Dave
>>

Dynamic Web Project, should be under New->Project->Web->Dynamic Web Project.

I've verified this with Eclipse 3.4M7 and Web Tools 3.0M7.

Dave
Re: Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213553 is a reply to message #213511] Fri, 09 May 2008 14:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nitin Dahyabhai is currently offline Nitin Dahyabhai
Messages: 2250
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Trace Windham wrote:
> I've been selected by my team to be the first to move from Eclipse 3.3
> to 3.4.
>
> After installing 3.4 and some other stuff (See 'Installed Features'
> below), I launch the new wizard (Ctrl-N), and start looking for the
> Dynamic Web Project, but it's not there.
>
> Can anyone help me figure out what I am missing in my installation that
> is causing this wizard to not be available?
>
> OBTW my Plug-in Registry view shows no errors. It seems that all of my
> plug-ins are installed properly and their dependencies are resolved.

Perhaps if you also listed which files you downloaded, or whether
you installed them using the Update Manager?

--
---
Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse WTP Source Editing
IBM Rational


---
Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse WTP, IBM
Re: Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213566 is a reply to message #213553] Fri, 09 May 2008 15:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Trace Windham is currently offline Trace Windham
Messages: 16
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
First I downloaded Eclipse 3.4M6 labeled (Eclipse for RCP/Plug-in
Developers) from this URL http://phoenix.eclipse.org/packages/

I chose this one since RCP application development is my main focus.
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/M6/eclipse-rcp-ganymede-M6 -win32.zip

Then I went to http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/ and chose
the 3.0M7 version which took me to here
http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/drops/R3.0/S- 3.0M7-20080506040630/
I unzipped and put the resulting plug-in folder and feature folder in
the dropin folder of my new Eclipse install.

Then I went to http://www.eclipse.org/datatools/downloads.php and chose
the DTP 1.6M7 link which is
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/datatool s/downloads/1.6/dtp-sdk-1.6M7.zip

I unzipped that file and put the resulting plugin and feature folder in
the Eclipse dropins folder.

When I launch this Eclipse, I don't see the Dynamic Web Project wizard
anywhere.

On a positive note: I have just found a wonderful dialog called the
'Product Configuration' dialog. I call this wonderful because it shows
me that some of my features are not configured properly by placing a
little red x beside them and then reporting which plug-ins that it
thinks are missing. There are a lot of little red x's

I will now try a different strategy. My next step is going to be to go
to here: http://phoenix.eclipse.org/packages/ and chose the link labeled
'...for Java EE Developers' which leads to here:
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/M6/eclipse-jee-ganymede-M6 -win32.zip
My theory is that the pre packaged eclipse install for J2EE developers
will have the WTP working properly.

If that package gives me the Create Dynamic Web Project that I am
looking for, then I will use that Eclipse install and try to add the
features I need for RCP development to it.

Thanks,
Trace





Nitin Dahyabhai wrote:
> Trace Windham wrote:
>> I've been selected by my team to be the first to move from Eclipse 3.3
>> to 3.4.
>>
>> After installing 3.4 and some other stuff (See 'Installed Features'
>> below), I launch the new wizard (Ctrl-N), and start looking for the
>> Dynamic Web Project, but it's not there.
>>
>> Can anyone help me figure out what I am missing in my installation
>> that is causing this wizard to not be available?
>>
>> OBTW my Plug-in Registry view shows no errors. It seems that all of my
>> plug-ins are installed properly and their dependencies are resolved.
>
> Perhaps if you also listed which files you downloaded, or whether you
> installed them using the Update Manager?
>
Re: Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213586 is a reply to message #213566] Fri, 09 May 2008 21:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: dcarver.starstandard.org

You also, need the EMF, XSD, and GEF plugins as well available on the
same page.

Dave

Trace Windham wrote:
> First I downloaded Eclipse 3.4M6 labeled (Eclipse for RCP/Plug-in
> Developers) from this URL http://phoenix.eclipse.org/packages/
>
> I chose this one since RCP application development is my main focus.
> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/M6/eclipse-rcp-ganymede-M6 -win32.zip
>
>
> Then I went to http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/ and chose
> the 3.0M7 version which took me to here
> http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/drops/R3.0/S- 3.0M7-20080506040630/
>
> I unzipped and put the resulting plug-in folder and feature folder in
> the dropin folder of my new Eclipse install.
>
> Then I went to http://www.eclipse.org/datatools/downloads.php and chose
> the DTP 1.6M7 link which is
> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/datatool s/downloads/1.6/dtp-sdk-1.6M7.zip
>
>
> I unzipped that file and put the resulting plugin and feature folder in
> the Eclipse dropins folder.
>
> When I launch this Eclipse, I don't see the Dynamic Web Project wizard
> anywhere.
>
> On a positive note: I have just found a wonderful dialog called the
> 'Product Configuration' dialog. I call this wonderful because it shows
> me that some of my features are not configured properly by placing a
> little red x beside them and then reporting which plug-ins that it
> thinks are missing. There are a lot of little red x's
>
> I will now try a different strategy. My next step is going to be to go
> to here: http://phoenix.eclipse.org/packages/ and chose the link labeled
> '...for Java EE Developers' which leads to here:
> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/M6/eclipse-jee-ganymede-M6 -win32.zip
>
> My theory is that the pre packaged eclipse install for J2EE developers
> will have the WTP working properly.
>
> If that package gives me the Create Dynamic Web Project that I am
> looking for, then I will use that Eclipse install and try to add the
> features I need for RCP development to it.
>
> Thanks,
> Trace
>
>
>
>
>
> Nitin Dahyabhai wrote:
>> Trace Windham wrote:
>>> I've been selected by my team to be the first to move from Eclipse
>>> 3.3 to 3.4.
>>>
>>> After installing 3.4 and some other stuff (See 'Installed Features'
>>> below), I launch the new wizard (Ctrl-N), and start looking for the
>>> Dynamic Web Project, but it's not there.
>>>
>>> Can anyone help me figure out what I am missing in my installation
>>> that is causing this wizard to not be available?
>>>
>>> OBTW my Plug-in Registry view shows no errors. It seems that all of
>>> my plug-ins are installed properly and their dependencies are resolved.
>>
>> Perhaps if you also listed which files you downloaded, or whether you
>> installed them using the Update Manager?
>>
Re: Missing Wizard - Create Dynamic Web Project [message #213677 is a reply to message #213586] Tue, 13 May 2008 11:14 Go to previous message
Trace Windham is currently offline Trace Windham
Messages: 16
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Thanks for the help David,

I finally gave up on the Plug-In Developers package and took the easy
way out by downloading the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers.
( http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/M6/eclipse-jee-ganymede-M6 -win32.zip)

When I use this packaged version of Eclipse 3.4M6, the wizard that
creates a Dynamic Web Project is available right where it should be.

Thanks again,
Trace

David Carver wrote:
> You also, need the EMF, XSD, and GEF plugins as well available on the
> same page.
>
> Dave
>
> Trace Windham wrote:
>> First I downloaded Eclipse 3.4M6 labeled (Eclipse for RCP/Plug-in
>> Developers) from this URL http://phoenix.eclipse.org/packages/
>>
>> I chose this one since RCP application development is my main focus.
>> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/M6/eclipse-rcp-ganymede-M6 -win32.zip
>>
>>
>> Then I went to http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/ and
>> chose the 3.0M7 version which took me to here
>> http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/drops/R3.0/S- 3.0M7-20080506040630/
>>
>> I unzipped and put the resulting plug-in folder and feature folder in
>> the dropin folder of my new Eclipse install.
>>
>> Then I went to http://www.eclipse.org/datatools/downloads.php and
>> chose the DTP 1.6M7 link which is
>> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/datatool s/downloads/1.6/dtp-sdk-1.6M7.zip
>>
>>
>> I unzipped that file and put the resulting plugin and feature folder
>> in the Eclipse dropins folder.
>>
>> When I launch this Eclipse, I don't see the Dynamic Web Project wizard
>> anywhere.
>>
>> On a positive note: I have just found a wonderful dialog called the
>> 'Product Configuration' dialog. I call this wonderful because it
>> shows me that some of my features are not configured properly by
>> placing a little red x beside them and then reporting which plug-ins
>> that it thinks are missing. There are a lot of little red x's
>>
>> I will now try a different strategy. My next step is going to be to
>> go to here: http://phoenix.eclipse.org/packages/ and chose the link
>> labeled '...for Java EE Developers' which leads to here:
>> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technolo gy/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/M6/eclipse-jee-ganymede-M6 -win32.zip
>>
>> My theory is that the pre packaged eclipse install for J2EE developers
>> will have the WTP working properly.
>>
>> If that package gives me the Create Dynamic Web Project that I am
>> looking for, then I will use that Eclipse install and try to add the
>> features I need for RCP development to it.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Trace
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Nitin Dahyabhai wrote:
>>> Trace Windham wrote:
>>>> I've been selected by my team to be the first to move from Eclipse
>>>> 3.3 to 3.4.
>>>>
>>>> After installing 3.4 and some other stuff (See 'Installed Features'
>>>> below), I launch the new wizard (Ctrl-N), and start looking for the
>>>> Dynamic Web Project, but it's not there.
>>>>
>>>> Can anyone help me figure out what I am missing in my installation
>>>> that is causing this wizard to not be available?
>>>>
>>>> OBTW my Plug-in Registry view shows no errors. It seems that all of
>>>> my plug-ins are installed properly and their dependencies are resolved.
>>>
>>> Perhaps if you also listed which files you downloaded, or whether you
>>> installed them using the Update Manager?
>>>
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