|Re: [ecf-dev] Cannot Install ECF SDK|
I believe that you are selecting the 'Eclipse Communication Framework File Transfer Features (ECF)' for install into Eclipse. When you install ECF into Eclipse, the only features that you should select are:
ECF Target Components for Eclipse
Source for ECF Target Components for Eclipse
The file transfer features are not really intended for install into Eclipse...but rather other OSGi/Equinox environments...like OSGi servers. The reason they conflict is that Eclipse/p2 already uses a version of ECF filetransfer, as the Eclipse provisioning system...called p2...to do Eclipse plugin install/update. So there's already a version of ECF filetransfer included with Eclipse...you can verify this by looking in the eclipse plugins directory for org.eclipse.ecf.*.
Therefore, when you try to install ECF File Transfer Features into Eclipse, it conflicts with a previous version...and it produces the error that you are reporting. I can reproduce this error locally if I select the ECF File Transfer Features so I think it's the same as you are experiencing. If I don't select this feature to install into Eclipse, the conflict goes away.
So the upshot is that you should just select the two ECF 'Target Components for Eclipse' features and not the 'File Transfer features' for install into Eclipse.
Hope this helps.
On 4/23/2013 7:44 PM, Salinda Jayawardana wrote:
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