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Re: [wtp-dev] How to test new plug-ins?

I am having the same problem. I also tried to drop move around the plugins directories inside of the dropins but with no effect. My next attemp will be to unzip one by one as it was recomended (which i don't see why it would make a difference)

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Gary Karasiuk/Toronto/IBM@IBMCA
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[wtp-dev] How to test new plug-ins?

I'm having a real problem with the latest driver trying to figure out how to test a patched plug-in.

I've downloaded and upzipped the latest WTP driver and pre-req's.

I have an updated version of my plug-in that I want to test, but I can't seem to get the driver to pick it up. It has a later qualifier than the plug-in that is in the driver.

I've tried putting it in several different places:
  • eclipse/plugins
  • eclipse/dropins
  • eclipse/dropins/eclipse/plugins

but it won't get picked up and I don't see any errors as to why not.  I wonder if it because my jar is not signed??

(I'm running some performance tests so I'd prefer not to run it from a development environment).

Is this working for other people? Is there some trick that I'm missing. (I have been using -clean).  

Gary Karasiuk, RAD Performance Analyst
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