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    Hi all,
    when I try to install the Cloud Foundry add-on as it is described in the reference:
    http://static.springsource.org/sprin...d-foundry.html,
    the command "addon install bundle --bundleSymbolicName org.springframework.roo.addon.cloud.foundry" results in
    "Could not find specified bundle with symbolic name: org.springframework.roo.addon.cloud.foundry" message.

    The addon list command produces the following list.
    19 found, sorted by rank; T = trusted developer; R = Roo 1.1 compatible
    ID T R DESCRIPTION ------------------------------------------------------------

    01 - Y 1.0.0.0001 This bundle wraps the standard Maven artifact:
    google-collections-1.0.0.
    02 - Y 0.1.1 A Roo add-on that configures a Maven site.
    03 - Y 9.0.0.801_jdbc4_0001 PostgreSQL #jdbcdriver
    driverclass:org.postgresql.Driver. This bundle wraps the standard...
    04 - - 2.0.0 Addons that adds Content Negotiating View Resolver configuration
    to your application context: MVC multiple representations By default...
    05 - Y 2.0.0 The Executable WAR Addon configures the Maven project to makes it
    possible to create web applications that can be run from the command...
    06 - Y 1.3.2 This project provides an addon for Spring Roo which aims to
    generate equals() and hashCode() methods.
    07 - Y 2.0.0.v201106070531 This bundle wraps the standard Maven artifact:
    org.eclipse.xtext.xtend2.lib-2.0.0.v201106070531.
    08 - Y 0.1.4 The Http-Proxy Addon allows you to configure your web application
    to get around the Same Origin Policy restriction (e.g. cross-domain)....
    09 - Y 1.0.1.RELEASE Installs jQuery UI
    10 - - 2.0.0 JAXB2 Schema complier addon. It adds the maven-jaxb2-plugin to
    your pom.xml. The plugin participates in the generate-code phase and...
    11 - Y 2.2.1 This bundle wraps the standard Maven artifact:
    org.eclipse.xtext.xtend2.lib-2.2.1.
    12 Y Y 0.1.1.RELEASE A simple add-on to allow execution of native OS commands
    from the Roo shell
    13 - Y 2.0.0.v201106070531 This bundle wraps the standard Maven artifact:
    org.eclipse.xtext.xbase.lib-2.0.0.v201106070531.
    14 - Y 1.1.0 Spring Security OAuth2 AutorizationServer/ResourceServer/Client
    Configuration
    15 - Y 1.0.0 This project provides an addon for Spring Roo generates equals()
    and hashCode() methods. It uses Xtend2 for code generation.
    16 - Y 1.1.1 Spring Roo addon for creating rich internet applications with
    Vaadin.
    17 - Y 10.0.1.0001 This bundle wraps the standard Maven artifact:
    google-guava-10.0.1.
    18 - Y 1.0.0.RELEASE Adds the coffeescript maven compiler
    19 - Y 0.9.3 Installs the Spock testing engine. You can create tests using
    Spock's Specifications, and use the Spock Spring API

    The command "addon search --requiresCommand cloud" results in an empty list.

    What should I do to reach the org.springframework.roo.addon.cloud.foundry addon, so easily as it is described in the previously mentioned reference documentation?

    I use maven 3.0.3. . I tried a lot of releases from spring-roo-1.1.3.RELEASE to spring-roo-1.3.0.RELEASE in vain.

    Thanks
    Mihaly
    Last edited by muchtar; Jul 18th, 2012, 12:40 PM.
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