|Using Eclipse Dali as standalone tool|
Currently, Dali does not provide support for validating your JPA
configuration outside of an Eclipse workspace. (Dali has lots of
dependencies on other Eclipse plug-ins.) That's a good idea, though.
Perhaps you could submit an enhancement request via Eclipse's Bugzilla.
That said, you could use EclipseLink's Integrity Checker to validate your
settings against a live database. See these links:  and . If you are
using another JPA implementation, it is possible it also provides a way to
|eclipse:clean eclipse:eclipse - maven command usage|
I am not sure the reason behind your problem " when i tried to access any
of the generated class in my src directory, i get compiler error stating
that the class is not defined. "
But I can tell you the meaning of command you are using
As far as I know in maven we can define more than one goal at a time to
eclipse:clean \Deletes the .project, .classpath, .wtpmodules files and
.settings folder used by Eclipse.
eclipse:eclipse \build the project into eclipse project like structure.
|how come an Eclipse plugin that targets Eclipse version 3.5 works with Juno but not Indigo or Kepler?|
The <?eclipse version="3.5"?> tag in plugin.xml file does not
specifies what version of Eclipse you want to target. It just specifies the
version of plugin.xml syntax that you wish to use. Newer versions of
Eclipse will support old syntax, but not the other way around.
What really controls the version of Eclipse that your plugin supports are
the dependencies specified in plugin MANIFEST.MF files and feature
dependencies in feature.xml files. A common problem is being unable to meet
the version constraint specified in one of those dependencies.
The trouble with using dropins folder installation method is that you don't
see the problem that documents why your plugin could not be activated.
Instead, use the "install additional software" wizard in Eclipse and you
will see the issue whe
|Error when installing "Maven Integration for Eclipse (Juno and newer)" in Eclipse Kepler|
If you downloaded the EE version, then the m2e is already installed along
with the IDE.
On another note, with concise question content and proper formatting, your
question is allowed.
|Can't install plugin in eclipse due to dependency on bundle org.eclipse.core.runtime 3.8.0|
I solved this by simply modifying the name that I had entered for the
plugin that I was installing. In the name text field option available after
clicking add new on help > Install new software, make sure the name you
provide is one word(could include underscores) without any spaces in it.
|Eclipse Kepler startup error "NoClassDefFoundError: org/eclipse/swt/widgets/Display"|
Go to the properties of your eclipse shortcut and add a -clean parameter.
"C:Program Files(x86)Eclipseeclipse.exe" -clean
Open eclipse with that shortcut and then remove the -clean parameter again.
In Ubuntu you have to run eclipse from your teminal and add -clean at the
|Opening source code instead of decompiled class in eclipse 3.5 and jd-eclipse plugin|
In this blog post, the author describes two problems the jd-eclipse plugin
The generated source code doesn’t line up with the debug line numbers
because the generated code can’t include the original comments.
If you choose to associate the “*.class” file type within Eclipse
with the “Class File Editor” then you always get decompiled output even
if you have real source attached.
I guess 2. is the problem you are facing and it appears that jd-eclipse is
not capable of what you need.
It looks like the Mchr3k - JDEclipse-Realign might help you here. (I am not
sure if it is available for your eclipse version though. Time to get an
updated Eclipse perhaps...)
|This code datasource configurarion in tomme is running without eclipse fine but when i run in eclipse then its giving error|
if you configure the datasource in tomee.xml and with eclipse then you have
to do this
Locate your TomEE server configuration in Workspace / Servers(Eclipse)
Right-click the server project and select Import
Select General - File System and click Next
Browse to your <TomEE>/conf folder
Select the following files for import: logging.properties,
system.properties and tomee.xml
Click Finish to import the files.
In the Servers tab, right-click the TomEE server and select Publish
to publish the files to the Eclipse metadata folder
this will work.
|Tycho and Eclipse: How to resolve OSGI dependencies to my own bundles at development time within Eclipse, without opening all of them in the IDE|
As indicated by Nick Wilson, you will need to install the m2e Tycho
Configurator, which basically "links up" Eclipse and Tycho (i.e., makes
Tycho available in Eclipse).
You should've been pointed towards it after having installed m2e, but you
can also install it manually:
Go to Window > Preferences > Maven > Discovery.
Click the "Open Catalog" button. This will open the "m2e Marketplace"
Search for "tycho", this should give you the "Tycho Configurator" as sole
Click "Finish", you're done.
I've had this issue as well, and it isn't simple to find the solution, so I
hope this helps!
|PyLint 1.0.0 with PyDev + Eclipse: "include-ids" option no longer allowed, breaks Eclipse integration|
This should be already fixed in the latest nightly build. Please grab it
See: http://pydev.org/download.html for details on how to get it.
|Installing AJDT I got a Plug-in org.eclipse.jdt.ui was unable to load class org.eclipse.jdt.internal.ui.javaeditor.CompilationUnitEditor|
I've got the same error after upgrading to Win 8.1.
In my case the %workspace%/.metadata/.plugins directory was suddenly
write-protected. To remove the lock I had to rename the directory, create a
new directory name .plugins and finally the contents from the renamed to
the new directory.
|Nodeclipse - org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.core not found when installing into Eclipse|
Try again after some time
As said in Aptana Studio - can't update to 0.4 , try install NJSDT or get
Enide to install NJSDT
|What's the use of the configuration in classpath for Eclipse project: "org.eclipse.jdt.junit.JUNIT_CONTAINER/4"|
Your project needs to use JUnit libraries to run JUnit tests. The entry in
CLASSPATH specifies the location of these libraries; in this case it's
JUnit 4 from Eclipse. You can use some other version (3, for example) or
libraries which are not part of Eclipse.
To add this library you can use Eclipse UI. Open project properties, go to
Java Build Path, then open Libraries tab. Then click Add Library, you'll
get a list of libraries where you can choose JUnit. You have to do it every
time you create a new project with JUnit tests.
|Eclipse: Problems View: Warnings: Eclipse Not Seeing JSTL libraries|
You have to add your jstl jars to the project's classpath in eclipse.
Look here (http://stackoverflow.com/tags/jstl/info) to choose the right jar
set according to your configuration.
|I used m2eclipse plugins in eclipse.why the imported package still cannot be resolved by eclipse?|
First of all, you're not using the m2e plugin; while it may be installed,
it's not activated for this project:
There is no little "M" on the project's icon
The classpath doesn't include an entry
From what I can see, Eclipse can't resolve the dependencies since the
variable M2_REPO isn't defined (if it could, you would see the absolute
path to the JARs in the upper image after the symbolic path).
To fix this, go to Preferences and search for "Classpath Variables". Add
M2_REPO there with the correct path (default is $HOME/.m2/repository).
If it already exists, make sure the path is correct.
Alternatively, right click on project and select "Convert to Maven Project"
|Is there a way to change the default eclipse toolbar icons built into eclipse?|
I don't think this is possible. The standard icons are declared using the
org.eclipse.ui.commandImages extension point in the org.eclipse.ui plugin
and reference icons in that plugin.
|Eclipse upgrade juno to kepler. Eclipse wont start|
If we have eclipse.ini
Kelpler will crash on start. Juno is working with this settings.
But when we have lower eclipse.ini. Eclipse is starting.
The only problem left is to how force Kepler to dont crash -Xms bigger
(I have 8gb of ram)
And 512m is to small for me to build workspace :/
EDIT Solution is also increase Xmx to 2048
|org.eclipse.core dependency to org.eclipse.runtime suddenly changed|
The problem is likely caused by version ranges. These ranges do not even
have to be used for the Eclipse artifacts.
Assume you depend on [1,2) and 1.1, and 1.2 are available. At a moment in
time, 1.3 is added that has different dependencies. If it finds multiple
groupId:artifactId with a different version then it picks the first it
finds. Maven follows a breadth first strategy to find dependencies so that
you can override it in your top level pom. This is of course very obscure
and error prone. A better way is to specify all your app dependencies in
one pom so you can ensure valid versions.
|Eclipse: How to install uml2 Tools SDK in Eclipse 4.3 (kepler)?|
Just installed this today....
Help -> Install New Software
Work With: --All Available Sites--
Expand 'Modeling' branch in the tree.
Select 'UML2 Extender SDK'
Then hit the Next button to install....
|NoClassDefFoundError org.eclipse.m2e.wtp.WTPProjectsUtil upon Maven build Eclipse|
This answer is a temporary fix / hack.
Same problem for me since WDT upgrade :
"Web Development Tools" version 8.5.1002.v20130402_2058
with "m2e-wtp" version 22.214.171.12430613-0136
Root cause : Versioning rules for plugins dependencies
Change in Require-Bundle section
Or something like that greater than 1.0.0.xx ... and without change number
of characters in column
Save file, jar and restart Eclipse with -clean option.
m2e v1.0.0 and wdt 8.5.1 (not 002) were working fine, but
com.ibm.etools.maven.javaee.core-xx.jar was not in this version ... so the
|What is this Eclipse view and how to implement it in other Eclipse-based products?|
this window is called JavaDoc View
any developer that uses the eclipse IDE knows this windows, it's shown the
javadoc content of selected element,
it's part of Eclipse Java development tools (JDT)
|eclipse xtext plugin versions compatibility with eclipse IDE|
If an Eclipse installation does not contain Xtext, you need to provide
Eclipse with the URL of the plugin repository (sometimes called update
site) where it is located. That will enable Eclipse to discover and install
your dependencies when installing your plugin. You can find the URLs that
you need on Xtext website.
|How can I Browse Eclipse Juno Source Code from within Eclipse?|
From the link:
For other Eclipse projects you usually find a "SDK" bundle on the
project update site which contains the source code.
Install those before you do the Import of Plug-ins.
|Java Eclipse open 2 tabs eclipse.exe and project|
i was able to solve my problem adding the line to the FIRST LINE in
yes in 2 lines not in a single line.
my eclipse.ini is like this ready now.
i hope really helps somebody.
|mvn eclipse:eclipse versus regular maven build|
When you import an existing Maven project, it is done by m2e, the official
Eclipse Maven plugin (when I say official I mean it is in the Eclipse
incubation process). It offers more features and can be more convenient to
use in my experience
When you do it by eclipse:eclipse, it is done by a Maven Eclipse mojo which
creates a simple Java project. The problem is that you have to re-do this
again every time you change your pom. With m2e, this is usually done
|My source folders are deleted after executing mvn eclipse:eclipse|
I'm not sure what you are doing exactly but the eclipse plugin handles only
eclipse configuration and does not touch any source folders. If the source
folders are removed from your eclipse project, then the project/pom file is
not set up correctly.
Since Juno, eclipse contains the m2e maven integration plugin. I suggest
you create your first projects using that. It will take care of handling
the build process and project setup for you.
Use the New->Project...->Maven Project menu and create the project
using the wizard. When it is complete, copy all your existing sources into
the new one and manipulate the pom file with the pom editor (eclipse will
open the pom file with this editor by default.)
Important note: If you start using m2e, then don't use the command line
|Eclipse RCP 3.x plugin doesn't work correct with Eclipse 4.x|
If you migrate to Kepler you will have to add
org.eclipse.e4.ui.model.workbench to dependecies
and also add an addon in the application model (see table).
In eclipse e4, you don't need to extend to viewpart anymore because of the
dependency injection. I my self tryed migration but soon I realised that
adaption is better, most importantly to understand the differences between
e3 and e4. If you do the tutorial you will understand and be able to change
your code so that it will work.
|eclipse plugin fails to load org.eclipse.pde.ui:Disabled|
Bundles can be disabled by PDE in a number of ways, but the most likely
cause is through the UI. They can also be enabled through the UI. To do
so, open up the Plugin registry view and find the disabled bundle.
Right click -> Show advanced operations
Right click again -> enable
|adding appengine eclipse plugin to ADT eclipse|
I have to answer you based on intuition here, but I think you should be
able to add GAE plugin to Eclipse you have (With ADT). Just install the
plugin from local directory and try doing some basic GAE operations like
deploying an app and it should be clear if it works!
|Moving to Eclipse RCP from Eclipse plugin development|
There are no real differences between RCP and Eclipse IDE applications,
except maybe a reduced set of plug-ins to rely on (but they can be brought
back). What you might have to take extra care is branding (and theming),
and packaging (possible via products). Some RCP tutorials to start with:
Eclipse 4 RCP
Old, 3.x RCP API
Products and deployment
In case of RAP, the difference is bigger, as you have to manage the
different sessions of different users, and theming is more important. A
tutorial for the RAP-based issues (including tips for single sourcing RCP
and RAP applications) are available from eclipsesource.com.
A final note: if you are starting a brand new project, I'd rather
experiment a bit with the 4.x API, as it is simpler to manage between RCP
|running eclipse on linux, "eclipse is not executable."|
There is ADT Bundle for Linux, are you sure that you've downloaded the
This is for linux 32bit
|issue running mvn eclipse:eclipse on platform tag 4.0.3|
According to the error log maven cannot find the parent pom.xml file since
it is unavailable on the given location. You can check your checkout code
and figure out the actual location and set the relative path correctly.
This need to be work correctly but due to some changes done by users
sometimes builds can be break.
Hope this might help you.
|Can't make eclipse open even after change eclipse.ini|
According to this Eclipse document:
Note the format of the -vm option - it is important to be exact:
The -vm option and its value (the path) must be on separate lines.
The value must be the full absolute or relative path to the Java
executable, not just to the Java home directory.
The -vm option must occur before the -vmargs option, since everything after
-vmargs is passed directly to the JVM.
Note the first requirement. So, try using this somewhere in your .ini
Note: this is obviously a fragile way to enforce .ini file syntax, and I
believe a later version of Eclipse has fixed this potential problem. But,
looking at your file, you seem to have a May 2011 build, and if it
|Google App Engine Eclipse Error: Error opening zip file or JAR manifest missing : /Applications/eclipse|
After much deleting and searching around I found I had Eclipse in a folder
under Applications called "eclipse keplar", which apparently Eclipse didn't
like, so I:
Uninstalled Google App engine plugin and 1.8.4
Moved the app to a folder called "eclipse".
Started eclipse, re-installed the plugin and 1.8.4
Restart eclipse, delete the debug configuration.
So I think there might be a bug in the plugin that assumes, on a Mac at
least, Eclipse lives in /Applications/eclipse.
|import eclipse-sourcecode into eclipse|
To start Eclipse inside Eclipse you define a new "Eclipse Application"
launcher and choose "Run a product" on the launcher "Main" page and select
"org.eclipse.sdk.ide" in the combo box. Please clarify your question if
this is not what you want.
The filename you gave looks like this is the ZIP from the "Eclipse Classic"
download. To import projects from this into your workspace you would first
have to unzip it somewhere then use "Import->Archive" on a plugin jar file
to see the classes and be able to set breakpoints on them.
But: you say you want to debug the SVN plugin. If the file you have is in
fact Eclipse Classic it will contain the Eclipse source alright but not the
SVN team plugin (and the source for that). The easiest way to get this is
to install "Subversive SVN Team Provider Sour
|Clearing Eclipse's 'application cache' when performing launch (Run/Debug) for Eclipse Application|
On the Run/Debug Configurations dialog, choose the configuration you want
to change, go to Main tab, check the Clear checkbox inside Workspace Data
group and select the workspace radio button. Uncheck Ask for confirmation
before clearing if you wish.
|Import Eclipse workspace to netbeans (not regular Eclipse workspace)|
I would guess that you missed the import of the first sentence in your
NetBeans support link. Here's the relevant portion with added emphasis...
An enhanced support for importing Eclipse projects is available in the
NetBeans IDE. The Import Eclipse Project wizard enables you to use
NetBeans to work on Java desktop and web application projects
that were created in Eclipse and MyEclipse.
You are trying to work on a C++ project and the wizard does not appear to
be intended for that use.
|Eclipse Orion, does it not run in Eclipse?|
You are not wrong. Eclipse Foundation has grown beyond its initial IDE
roots. In addition to the desktop IDE and IDE components, it also plays
host to a number of frameworks. Orion is a browser-based development
environment, entirely separate from Eclipse the desktop IDE. The only
unifying aspect is that the project is hosted by Eclipse Foundation.
|How to debug Node.js programs in eclipse (using node-eclipse)?|
Debugging - Breakpoint, Trace, etc... via Eclipse debugger plug-in
How to Install:
Update Site : http://www.nodeclipse.org/updates
Testing Site: http://www.tomotaro1065.com/nodeclipse/updates/
How to debug:
Double-click on the ruler at the left end of the line you want to set a
If you want to remove a breakpoint, double-click on the ruler again.
Select the main source file of Node Application on the Project Explorer,
open the context menu by right-clicking, select the [Debug As]-[Node
For more, Please Check Nodeclipse & Using Eclipse as Node Applications
Happy debugging ;)
|Eclipse (Kepler): Qt project as subdirectory in eclipse project|
Indeed, you need to use the external tools. Add these in there: "qmake
-project" and "qmake". The former is obviously not necessary if you have
project file(s) already in there. You can then set the working directory,
and arguments like the project file.
Then you can just run the externals tools from the menu. I am not sure what
you mean by "Qt makefile" and by "Eclipse not seeing it."