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Querying product's plugins under debug [message #1808831] Tue, 02 July 2019 13:53 Go to next message
Tim Sibirsky is currently offline Tim SibirskyFriend
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Hello!

In my Eclipse-based product, I need to obtain some information about included plugins and their locations (paths to .jar-files).

When I am running my product as a standalone application built with Maven Tycho, I can use following code that uses P2 API:
BundleContext bundleContext = FrameworkUtil.getBundle(MyObject.class).getBundleContext();
ServiceReference<IProvisioningAgent> serviceReference = bundleContext.getServiceReference(IProvisioningAgent.class);
IProvisioningAgent agent = bundleContext.getService(serviceReference);
IProfileRegistry registry = (IProfileRegistry)agent.getService(IProfileRegistry.SERVICE_NAME);
profile = registry.getProfile(IProfileRegistry.SELF);


And then make a query and check if product contains specific plugin:
IQueryResult<IInstallableUnit> plugins = profile.query(QueryUtil.createIUQuery(pluginName), null);


Then, using obtained plugin name and version find its .jar in product's plugins directory.

But when I am running my product in IDE, during the development process, the mentioned above code returning null for the profile, so I can not make any P2 queries to obtain plugins. Are there any ways to fix it? And another question, if I managed to obtain this installable unit object and obtain name and version of the plugin, how can I find the location of its .jar file for the product that is run from IDE?

Just in case, my IDE uses P2 bundle pool.

Thanks for answers!
Re: Querying product's plugins under debug [message #1808956 is a reply to message #1808831] Fri, 05 July 2019 03:42 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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In the launch configuration you must, on the Configuration tab, enable "Support software installation in the launched application" to ensure that a self profile is available.

Ed Merks
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