Genuitec » All Posts https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topics/myeclipse/faq-installation-configuration-subscriptions/feed/ Mon, 15 Oct 2018 10:39:09 +0000 http://bbpress.org/?v=2.5.14-6684 en-US https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/disabled-menus-in-myeclipse-on-macos-high-sierra/#post-538845 <![CDATA[Disabled menus in MyEclipse on macOS High Sierra]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/disabled-menus-in-myeclipse-on-macos-high-sierra/#post-538845 Fri, 06 Oct 2017 12:52:39 +0000 support-swapna If you are using macOS High Sierra, and your OS language is not English, you will see disabled menu items in your top level Eclipse menu. This problem will exist on most versions of MyEclipse running in High Sierra.

The workaround for now would be to edit your Info.plist file, and remove the CFBundleLocalizations entry as shown here: https://git.eclipse.org/r/#/c/105553/4/features/org.eclipse.equinox.executable.feature/bin/cocoa/macosx/x86_64/Eclipse.app/Contents/Info.plist

The location of the Info.plist file for MyEclipse 2017 is:
MyEclipse 2017 CI.app/Contents/Info.plist

The upcoming 2017 CI 9 release of MyEclipse will include a fix for this issue, but this modification will need to be manually made for prior versions of MyEclipse.

The Eclipse bug covering this issue can be found here: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=520176

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/myeclipse-and-jdk-9/#post-538337 <![CDATA[MyEclipse and JDK 9]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/myeclipse-and-jdk-9/#post-538337 Fri, 29 Sep 2017 07:32:45 +0000 support-tony A few customers have asked about using Java 9 with MyEclipse. There are several aspects to this.

Running the installers with a Java 9 VM
This should not be a problem. However, some eclipse installers don’t appear to work and so they must be run from the command line specifying the vm to use with the -vm option with a path to the appropriate java executable.
Running MyEclipse with a Java 9 VM
Though there is no reason to run MyEclipse with Java 9 as a Java 8 JDK is included with MyEclipse, you can specify the Java 9 VM in the myeclipse.ini file (eclipse.ini file on a Mac) but you then need to add --add-modules=ALL-SYSTEM to the -vmargs section.
Defining a Java 9 JRE and using new Java 9 features
This is not possible with MyEclipse 2017 as Java 9 support is only to be added to eclipse Oxygen (4.7) and later, but MyEclipse 2017 is based on eclipse Neon (4.6). Support for Java 9 will be added to MyEclipse 2018, which is based on eclipse Oxygen, and is scheduled for a 4Q2017 release.

Please raise any further questions about this in the appropriate support forum.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/swt-errors-on-centos-6-8/#post-519113 <![CDATA[SWT Errors on Linux CentOS 6.8+]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/swt-errors-on-centos-6-8/#post-519113 Mon, 10 Apr 2017 06:57:20 +0000 support-tony We’ve seen some installations of MyEclipse on CentOS machines produce SWT errors on initial launch, followed by crashes during subsequent launches. Among others, we’ve seen the following exceptions in the MyEclipse error log:

This issue may happen with MyEclipse 2016 and later releases.

The only situation in which we’ve seen this is with a minimal CD installation of CentOS (6.8 or later). This install leaves out a critical package for eclipse, webkitgtk. To correct this, go to the Add/Remove Software application (under the System menu on CentOS 6.8), search for the webkitgtk package, select that package and then hit the Apply button to install it. Following this, you should be able to start MyEclipse without getting the SWT errors.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-silent-installation/#post-500662 <![CDATA[Reply To: [Installation] Unattended Installation]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-silent-installation/#post-500662 Fri, 21 Oct 2016 04:29:39 +0000 support-tony Other Response File Properties in Earlier Releases

directory.base
Only valid for MyEclipse 10 and below. This is the directory into which binaries (like the JDK) and the plugins bundles will be stored. This is only used if there is no <home>\.pulse2.locator file. The directory.profile location is used to hold the specific configuration for the release being installed.

software.preset
Only valid prior to MyEclipse 2016. Should be all to indicate all components are to be installed. If this property is missing, you must specify at least one component with the software.preset.additional property.

software.preset.additional
Only valid prior to MyEclipse 2015 and if software.preset=all is missing, this is a comma delimited list of one or more of the following items to install in addition to the MyEclipse core; the all software preset will install all these items:

  • myeclipse_database_module
  • myeclipse_desktop_module
  • myeclipse_geronimo_module
  • myeclipse_glassfish_module
  • myeclipse_icefaces_feature_module
  • myeclipse_iedebugger_module
  • myeclipse_imageeditor_module
  • myeclipse_jboss_module
  • myeclipse_jetty_module
  • myeclipse_jonas_module
  • myeclipse_jrun_module
  • myeclipse_jsf_module
  • myeclipse_matisse_module
  • myeclipse_maven_module
  • myeclipse_oracle_module
  • myeclipse_orion_module
  • myeclipse_persistence_module
  • myeclipse_reports_module
  • myeclipse_resin_module
  • myeclipse_spring_module
  • myeclipse_struts_module
  • myeclipse_sun_module
  • myeclipse_tcserver_module
  • myeclipse_tomcat_module
  • myeclipse_uml_module
  • myeclipse_visualvm_module
  • myeclipse_visualvm_server_module
  • myeclipse_weblogic_module
  • myeclipse_websphere_module (MyEclipse Blue Only)
  • myeclipse_ws_module
  • myeclipse_ws_blue_module (MyEclipse Blue Only)
  • myeclipse_db2_module (MyEclipse Blue Only)

Additional Notes

  • Any components not installed may be added via the Help->Choose Components menu item, after installation, once MyEclipse is started.
  • Ensure that the properties in the the response file have the correct names. Although incorrect values for properties will generate an error, an incorrect property name will effectively just be ignored.
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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/license-key-not-recieved/#post-379689 <![CDATA[Reply To: License Key not recieved]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/license-key-not-recieved/#post-379689 Mon, 18 May 2015 12:45:05 +0000 support-swapna Sushant,

We are looking into the issue. Can you please let us know when you made the request?
Sorry for inconvenience caused.

–Swapna
MyEclipse Support

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/missing-view-toolbar-in-linux/#post-353648 <![CDATA[Missing View Toolbar in Linux]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/missing-view-toolbar-in-linux/#post-353648 Wed, 04 Feb 2015 04:21:40 +0000 support-tony Prior to release 2015 CI 12 and only in some versions of some distributions of Linux, you might see a view that appears to have no toolbar associated with it, when a toolbar is expected. In fact, the toolbar is still there but minimized, though this isn’t obvious:

If you hover the mouse pointer over the rectangle in the top right hand corner of the view’s panel, the menu will appear and you can select buttons:

We’ve seen this behavior on Ubuntu 14.04 (but not 14.10), Mint 17 (and 17.1) and Debian 7.8.

The behavior only occurs when the space next to the tabs in the view’s panel is large enough to accommodate the toolbar (if it was shown). Otherwise, the toolbar appears at the top of the actual view:

As you might expect, one workaround is to ensure that the space next to the tabs in the panel is insufficient to show the toolbar there, so that it appears within the view itself. This can be achieved by either resizing the panel to make it narrower, or by adding views to the panel:

Alternatives to that workaround involve changing the theme or altering a setting on the MyEclipse theme. To change the theme, go to Window->Preferences->General->Appearance and alter the theme to something other than a MyEclipse theme. For example, switch to GTK theme or Classic theme. Click OK on the preferences wizard and then restart the workbench with the same workspace. You should now see the view’s toolbar as expected:

Perhaps the cleanest workaround is to simply change a setting in the MyEclipse theme. Go to Window->Preferences->General->Appearance->MyEclipse Light Themes, then click the Parts tab and the Layout sub-tab at the bottom. Increase the Tab Height value (for example, to 40), then click Apply and OK. You may need to restart MyEclipse for this setting to take effect.

NOTE: The last option (changing the Tab Height) caused problems on Debian 7.8 during testing, whereby the workspace couldn’t be restarted (a new workspace would be needed to run MyEclipse again). The option worked on Ubuntu 14.04 and Mint 17.1.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-install-myeclipse-using-archived-update-site/#post-352525 <![CDATA[[Installation] Install MyEclipse using Archived Update Site]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-install-myeclipse-using-archived-update-site/#post-352525 Wed, 05 Nov 2014 01:36:40 +0000 support-tony This FAQ is a screenshot walkthrough of adding a MyEclipse 2014 archived update site to eclipse 4.3.x. For other releases please request an archived update site, as these are not automatically available with each release. An on-line update site may be available via the standard eclipse marketplace.

  1. Download the 2014 archived update site from here: http://downloads.myeclipseide.com/downloads/products/eworkbench/2014/installers/myeclipse-pro-2014-GA-archived-update-site.zip Archived update sites for other releases may be made available on request.
  2. If you have already downloaded and installed Eclipse 4.3.x standard please go to the next step. Otherwise, download Eclipse 4.3.2 Standard package from https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/release/Kepler/SR2; The standard package is the first option listed. Click on the link next to Eclipse Standard 4.3.2 that is appropriate for your system and follow the instructions. Unzip the zip file to install Eclipse.
  3. Edit the eclipse.ini file in the eclipse folder and change the -Xmx512m value to -Xmx768m, if you have not yet changed the value to something higher
  4. Open Eclipse; from menu options click on Help > Install New Software
  5. Click on the Add button to the right of the “Work with” text box.
  6. Click on the Archive button and browse for the the MyEclipse 2014 Archived update site zip file then click the Open button
  7. Add a name for the site and click on the OK button of the Add Repository dialog.

    This will return you to the installation dialog and the software available in the archive will be shown.
  8. Make sure that “Group items by category” is selected and check the “MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench” category. You may deselect any individual plug-ins that you don’t need, by expanding the group and clicking the appropriate check boxes. Click the Next button.
  9. You’ll be presented with a list of software to be installed, just click the Next button.
  10. Accept the licenses. When you’re ready to install, click on the Finish button.
  11. If there are any security warnings, click on OK. The installation will proceed and the progress will be shown
  12. After installation, when prompted please choose to restart your IDE.
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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/what-s-included-in-product-support/#post-347731 <![CDATA[What’s included in product support?]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/what-s-included-in-product-support/#post-347731 Tue, 04 Mar 2014 15:44:40 +0000 Scott Anderson All Genuitec products include world-class support via our staff and community supported forums. Subscription products, like MyEclipse, also include free upgrades to newer releases (both major and minor) during the subscription period.

We take product quality very seriously and actively solicit and fix product issues in our service releases. However, since MyEclipse users can always upgrade to the current release at any time, we only ship new service releases for either the prior or current year’s release train. To see the current release train status, please visit the MyEclipse Road Map page.

If additional levels of support are desired, Genuitec has several options listed on the Advanced Services page on the Genuitec website.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/activation-issues-osx-10-8-jdk-1-7-amp-me-64-fixed-in-sr2/#post-340894 <![CDATA[Activation issues:OSX 10.8, JDK 1.7 & ME 64-fixed in SR2]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/activation-issues-osx-10-8-jdk-1-7-amp-me-64-fixed-in-sr2/#post-340894 Thu, 18 Jul 2013 14:26:04 +0000 Brian Fernandes If you are using a 64-bit installation of MyEclipse, prior to release 2013 SR2, on OS X 10.8 along with an installation of JDK 1.7, the MyEclipse activation will not “stick” and you will be repeatedly asked to activate every time you start MyEclipse. This problem does not affect any other configuration of MyEclipse.

Possible Fixes:

Use a 32-bt install of MyEclipse.

or

a) Upgrade to MyEclipse 2013 SR1 if you aren’t using it already – this fix will only work for MyEclipse 2013 SR1.
b) Download the attached archived update site (you must be logged in to see this site).
c) Go to Help > Install from Site and click Add to point to the saved site and give it a suitable name. Make sure this site is selected in the “Work with” combo.
d) Uncheck “Group items by category” and select “MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench” as shown below. Proceed to through the wizard and click Finish to install an updated plugin which will fix the problem.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340849 <![CDATA[Reply To: [Installation] Where are the MyEclipse files and folders?]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340849 Wed, 17 Jul 2013 03:13:37 +0000 support-tony Default Locations for MyEclipse Installations (Release 10 and earlier)

Read on, if you want to know where to look for MyEclipse related directories and files in releases prior to 2013. For later releases, see earlier posts in this topic.

This post assumes that you’ve accepted the default locations when installing Pulse and/or MyEclipse, in three different installation scenarios: installing from a separate offline or online installer (without Pulse having been installed), installing through Pulse, and installing from a separate installer but with Pulse already installed. There are other possibilities, installing using an update site from a classic eclipse install or installing using the Secure Delivery Center product; those cases aren’t covered here though, in those cases, the installation folder structure ends up being not much different from a base eclipse install.

The string, “<user name>” refers to the ID that is used to log into the system. The string ” <install base>” refers to the directory or folder under which the components of pulse and/or MyEclipse are installed. The string “<MyEclipse install folder>” refers to the folder from which MyEclipse is executed.

The final name of the <MyEclipse install folder> depends on the edition of MyEclipse that you install. For the sake of simplicity, the example “MyEclipse 9” is used here.

Some files may have a slightly different name, depending on the edition of MyEclipse that you install. For example, with MyEclipse for Spring, instead of myeclipse.ini, you will see myeclipseforspring.ini.

Windows 7 and Windows Vista

If Pulse is not installed and MyEclipse is installed using a separate installer, the <install base> will be C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\MyEclipse, which will contain a Common sub-folder and the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>\MyEclipse 9.

Installing Pulse, with the defaults, will create an <install base> of C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\Genuitec. Pulse, itself, will be installed in a sub-folder of Pulse Explorer and a sub-folder of Common is created to hold MyEclipse common code.

If Pulse is used to then install MyEclipse, the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>\Profiles\MyEclipse 9.

If, after installing Pulse, a separate installer is used to install MyEclipse outside of Pulse, the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>\MyEclipse 9.

Some other files and folders will be created in default locations (though some can’t be changed).
The .myeclipse folder, the .myeclipse.properties file and the .pulse2.locator file will all be in C:\Users\<user name>. The myeclipse.ini file will be in <MyEclipse install folder>.

Workspaces, by default, are in C:\Users\<user name>\Workspaces and, for MyEclipse 9, the default workspace sub-folder will be MyEclipse 9.

Windows XP

If Pulse is not installed and MyEclipse is installed using a separate installer, the <install base> will be C:\Program Files\MyEclipse, which will contain a Common sub-folder and the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>\MyEclipse 9.

Installing Pulse, with the defaults, will create an <install base> of C:\Program Files\Genuitec. Pulse, itself, will be installed in a sub-folder of Pulse Explorer and a sub-folder of Common is created to hold MyEclipse common code.

If Pulse is used to then install MyEclipse, the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>\Profiles\MyEclipse 9.

If, after installing Pulse, a separate installer is used to install MyEclipse outside of Pulse, the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>\MyEclipse 9.

Some other files and folders will be created in default locations (though some can’t be changed).
The .myeclipse folder, the .myeclipse.properties file and the .pulse2.locator file will all be in C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>. The myeclipse.ini file will be in <MyEclipse install folder>.

Workspaces, by default, are in C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\Workspaces and, for MyEclipse 9, the default workspace sub-folder will be MyEclipse 9.

Linux

If Pulse is not installed and MyEclipse is installed using a separate installer, the <install base> will be /home/<user name>/MyEclipse, which will contain a Common sub-folder and the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>/MyEclipse 9.

Installing Pulse, with the defaults, will create an <install base> of /home/<user name>/Genuitec. Pulse, itself, will be installed in a sub-folder of Pulse Explorer and a sub-folder of Common is created to hold MyEclipse common code.

If Pulse is used to then install MyEclipse, the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>/Profiles/MyEclipse 9.

If, after installing Pulse, a separate installer is used to install MyEclipse outside of Pulse, the <MyEclipse install folder> will be <install base>/MyEclipse 9.

Some other files and folders will be created in default locations (though some can’t be changed).
The .myeclipse folder, the .myeclipse.properties file and the .pulse2.locator file will all be in /home/<user name>. The myeclipse.ini file will be in <MyEclipse install folder>.

Workspaces, by default, are in /home/<user name>/Workspaces and, for MyEclipse 9, the default workspace sub-folder will be MyEclipse 9.

Mac OS X

If Pulse is not installed and MyEclipse is installed using a separate installer, the <install base> will be /Applications/MyEclipse, which will contain a Common sub-folder and the <MyEclipse install folder>, an application, will be <install base>/MyEclipse 9.

Installing Pulse, with the defaults, will create an <install base> of /Applications/Genuitec. Pulse, itself, will be installed in an application of Pulse Explorer and a sub-folder of Common is created to hold MyEclipse common code.

If MyEclipse is then installed either through Pulse or using a separate installer, the <MyEclipse install folder>, an application, will be <install base>/MyEclipse 9.

Some other files and folders will be created in default locations (though some can’t be changed).
The .myeclipse folder, the .myeclipse.properties file and the .pulse2.locator file will all be in /Users/<user name>. The myeclipse.ini file will be in <install base>/MyEclipse 9.app/Contents/Profile/myeclipse.app/Contents/MacOS. Note that when using Finder to locate the files (as opposed to a terminal, for example), the “MyEclipse 9.app” folder will appear as just “MyEclipse 9”, if extensions are hidden. Also, Finder will recognize the folder as an application, so double-clicking will just start the application; you have to right click on the folder and select “Show Package Contents” and also for the myeclipse.app folder in the path.

Workspaces, by default, are in /Users/<user name>/Workspaces and, for MyEclipse 9, the default workspace sub-folder will be MyEclipse 9.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340848 <![CDATA[Reply To: [Installation] Where are the MyEclipse files and folders?]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340848 Wed, 17 Jul 2013 03:09:42 +0000 support-tony Linux

The default <MyEclipse install folder> is /home/<user name>/MyEclipse 2017. This will contain the MyEclipse executable and all eclipse and MyEclipse plug-ins, with related folders.

Some other files and folders will be created in default locations (though some can be changed).

The .myeclipse folder, the .myeclipse.properties file and the .deliverycenter.installs file will all be in /home/<user name>. The myeclipse.ini file will be in <MyEclipse install folder>.

Workspaces, by default, are in /home/<user name>/Workspaces.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340534 <![CDATA[Reply To: [Installation] Where are the MyEclipse files and folders?]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340534 Wed, 03 Jul 2013 03:57:23 +0000 support-tony Windows 7+

The default <MyEclipse install folder> is C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\MyEclipse 2017. This will contain the MyEclipse executable and all eclipse and MyEclipse plug-ins, with related folders.

Some other files and folders will be created in default locations (though some can’t be changed).

The .myeclipse folder, the .myeclipse.properties file and the .deliverycenter.installs file will all be in C:\Users\<user name>. The myeclipse.ini file will be in <MyEclipse install folder>.

Workspaces, by default, are in C:\Users\<user name>\Workspaces and, for the MyEclipse Professional edition, the default workspace sub-folder will be MyEclipse Professional.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340085 <![CDATA[Reply To: [Installation] Where are the MyEclipse files and folders?]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installation-where-are-the-myeclipse-files-and-folders/#post-340085 Wed, 19 Jun 2013 04:31:22 +0000 support-tony Mac OS X

This information was written from an installation of MyEclipse 2017 Stable on a Mac system with Sierra operating system installed (OS X 10.12.5).

The default location for the installation is “/Applications/MyEclipse 2017“, if you changed this at installation time, please adjust this information appropriately. For other MyEclipse streams, the application folder might have a slightly different default name.

Within that installation folder, you will find a drop-ins folder which can be used as a standard eclipse drop-ins folder for installing some plug-ins. There is also an uninstall application – double-click to uninstall MyEclipse. The main item in the folder is the “MyEclipse 2017” application.

A Mac application is not simply an executable file. An application can be made up of many files and folders. To see the contents of the application, right click on the entry (“MyEclipse 2017“) and select “Show Package Contents”. This will show a folder “Contents“. Open this folder to see various subfolders, which comprise the MyEclipse application. Open the “MacOS” folder the see the actual MyEclipse executable, myeclipse. Open the “Profile” folder to see the main components of the installation and the configuration file, “eclipse.ini“. The configuration file (named “myeclipse.ini” on other systems) is often edited by the user to alter memory settings or to specify a different Java vm to use to run MyEclipse.

There are also some files in the user’s home folder. These contain metadata about the installation and configuration and do not normally need to concern the user. However, a couple of files are worth noting. The “.myeclipse.properties” file contains the licence and activation information. The “.deliverycenter.installs” file contains the installation location of the MyEclipse editions that have been installed. The installation location recorded is the “Profile” folder mentioned above.

Note that the full default OS path to the folder containing the “eclipse.ini” configuration file is: “/Applications/MyEclipse 2017/MyEclipse 2017.app/Contents/Profile“.

Further, note that for releases between MyEclipse 10.x and MyEclipse 2016, the installed structure is a bit more complex than shown above; the full default OS path to the folder containing the “myeclipse” executable, for release 2015, and the “myeclipse.ini” configuration file was: “/Applications/MyEclipse 2015/MyEclipse 2015.app/Contents/Profile/myeclipse.app/Contents/MacOS“.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installing-activiti-eclipse-bpmn-2-0-designer-into-myeclipse/#post-339247 <![CDATA[Installing Activiti Eclipse BPMN 2.0 Designer into MyEclipse]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/installing-activiti-eclipse-bpmn-2-0-designer-into-myeclipse/#post-339247 Mon, 20 May 2013 14:18:15 +0000 Brian Fernandes For MyEclipse 10.x
1) Restart MyEclipse if it is already running.
2) Download the attached patch archive (you need to be logged in to see the file).
3) From the MyEclipse Configuration Center, go to the Software tab and choose “add site”.
4) Click “Add from Archive File” and select the zip you downloaded. Use any name you find appropriate. Note, you don’t need to add anything from this site, it only needs to be present at the time of resolution.
5) Go ahead and attempt to install the Activiti Designer from their update site, it should install without any further issues.

Please note that this currently leads to the installation of graphiti 0.9.2 into MyEclipse 10.x, while MyEclipse 10.x ships with Graphiti 0.8.0.
Version 0.8.0 is incompatible with 0.9.x, as a result, the JPA Diagram Editor in MyEclipse will stop functioning; this is why the patch is not being made automatically available. Unfortunately there is nothing we can do about this incompatibility, the 2013 SR1 release will not have this problem.

For MyEclipse 2013
There is no workaround for installing the designer into MyEclipse 2013 GA (2013 GA is based on version 0.9.0 of Graphiti while the designer currently requires 0.9.2). However, from 2013 SR1, future releases will allow installation without any additional steps.

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https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/myeclipse-2013-pulse-amp-myeclipse-configuration-center/#post-338048 <![CDATA[[MyEclipse 2013+] Pulse & MyEclipse Configuration Center]]> https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/myeclipse-2013-pulse-amp-myeclipse-configuration-center/#post-338048 Mon, 15 Apr 2013 14:26:49 +0000 Brian Fernandes Pulse
MyEclipse, since release 2013, is not available through Pulse; to install MyEclipse, please use an offline or custom installer available from our download page: http://myeclipseide.com/download

MyEclipse Configuration Center
The configuration center is no longer present in MyEclipse 2013, features provided by it have been replaced.

For more details on these changes, please read Delivery Changes in MyEclipse 2013

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