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- This topic has 4 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 4 years, 6 months ago by Brian Fernandes.
For a few years now we have not been able to install Jboss Tools
(jBPM Modeller etc.)
I have Version: 2017 CI 7
Are we able to install the tools or part of the tools yet).
Not keen to break my installs to find out..
- This topic was modified 5 years, 7 months ago by Tony Herstell.
Unfortunately this is still not possible, for the same reasons I explained the last time we discussed this 🙁
We have had it on our cards to make the installation you need possible, but making our code compatible with the recent version of JBT has been a pre-requisite of this, which has proven to be more involved than initially anticipated.
To be honest, this is unlikely to get addressed in the 2017 stream of MyEclipse; I’ll try to get it prioritized for MyEclipse 2018, our Oxygen based release – the changes involved are better made at the start of the stream as opposed to the middle or the end.
Again, apologies for the long delay in making the tools compatible.
> I’ll try to get it prioritized for MyEclipse 2018
Please try.. and put it up there as a headline item.
It is pretty frustrating tbh… its been a long time coming.
BPM2 type tools are very important as is drools.
Any update on this?
There are still some installation conflicts, but a large portion of JBoss tools can now be installed into MyEclipse 2018 – I believe some of the JBoss dependencies have changed, and our integration of JBoss tooling has changed somewhat as well.
1) We have integrated some of the Wildfly connectors, so if you try to install those from JBoss tools, there will be conflicts. Would recommend simply taking our connectors in this case, and avoiding the installation of the connectors from JBoss. We are already working on the Wildfly 14 connector, and that should make the next release.
2) I believe the BPMN modeling capabilities you need can now be found here – they install into MyEclipse 2018 just fine, and support the JBoss Business Process Engine.
If you re-try the installation, can you see if it now does allow you to install the tools you need? Perhaps you just need the BPMN plugin from the marketplace now?