|Re: Getting started with RAP [message #531031 is a reply to message #531013]
||Mon, 03 May 2010 12:25
|| Ralf Sternberg
Registered: July 2009
it is true that the RAP tooling contains the RAP runtime and a target
installer to ease getting started with RAP development. But if you are
using a mixed target (EMF + RAP + ...), you should rather get your
target components directly from a repository.
Here's a wiki page that explains how to use RAP + EMF:
Feel free to post to the RAP newsgroup if you still have problems.
Ed Merks wrote:
> I wonder if there's a bug in the forum software that your reply removed
> the RAP forum? Your reply appears only on the newcomers forum which, as
> I suggested, is far less likely to solicit help from the RAP team then
> using their specialized newsgroup.
> You mentioned "I updated the tooling.It says it includes the runtime
> also." I'm not sure what you did or what "It says it includes the
> runtime" means, but you need to follow the instructions for installing
> the runtime into a PDE target platform and making that target platform
> the default/active one so that your workspace ends up resolve plugins
> there. It sounds like you've not done that.
> saurav wrote:
>> Hi Ed,,
>> Thanks for the reply.
>> Yes the I used the template created by Eclipse.It adds the
>> org.eclipse.rap.ui in the dependencies page by default, and then its
>> unable to resolve it.
>> Thanks and Regards,
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