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  • Oracle Weblogic Server Tools Won't install on STS 2.1 SR01 for E3.5

    Hiyas,

    I just downloaded the new STS 2.1 SR01 based on Eclipse 3.5 and got the following error when trying to install the Oracle Weblogic Server Tools:

    Code:
    Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
      Software being installed: Oracle WebLogic Server Tools 1.2.0.200907171310 (com.oracle.tools.eclipse.ganymede.wls.feature.feature.group 1.2.0.200907171310)
      Missing requirement: Oracle WebLogic Server Tools 1.2.0.200907171310 (com.oracle.tools.eclipse.ganymede.wls.feature.feature.group 1.2.0.200907171310) requires 'org.eclipse.platform.feature.group [3.4.1,3.5.0)' but it could not be found
    Is there any way around this?

    Thanks.

    Keith

  • #2
    Keith,

    Is this different than the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse?

    Regards,

    Joshua Preston

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    • #3
      Good question...

      Yes and no... this is a component of the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse - Oracle Weblogic Server tools.

      There appears to be three ways to attempt this install:

      1.) Via the Server menu in the Eclipse Preferences:

      Preferences -> Server -> Runtime Environments -> Add... -> Download Additional Adapters -> Oracle Weblogic Server Tools 1.2.0.200907171310 [the only on the list]

      2.) Via the Install New Software... feature on the help menu using the default list of site (select "All Available Sites" and look for Oracle Weblogic Server Adapter)

      If I try to use the Install New Software... feature from the help menu, it appears to try and install the same software (Oracle Weblogic Server Tools 1.2.0.200907171310) but yields the following message:

      Code:
      Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
        Software being installed: Oracle WebLogic Server Tools 1.2.0.200907171310 (com.oracle.tools.eclipse.ganymede.wls.feature.feature.group 1.2.0.200907171310)
        Missing requirement: Oracle Common Tools 1.2.0.200907171310 (com.oracle.tools.eclipse.ganymede.common.feature.feature.group 1.2.0.200907171310) requires 'org.eclipse.platform.feature.group [3.4.1,3.5.0)' but it could not be found
        Cannot satisfy dependency:
          From: Oracle WebLogic Server Tools 1.2.0.200907171310 (com.oracle.tools.eclipse.ganymede.wls.feature.feature.group 1.2.0.200907171310)
          To: com.oracle.tools.eclipse.ganymede.common.feature.feature.group [1.2.0.200907171310]
      3.) Via Oracles update site http://download.oracle.com/otn_software/oepe/galileo

      If you try to use the Eclipse 3.5 link from Oracle's website for the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, you get these errors (it appears to want Spring IDE as a dependency). I just found out that it will actually install the one component above (Oracle WebLogic Server Tools) with the Oracle Common Tools dependency and uses version 1.2.0.200907171332 of these applications. The full pack will not install though. An attempt to install the actual Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 1.2.0.200907171332 component results in these errors:

      Code:
      Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency.
        Software being installed: Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 1.2.0.200907171332 (oracle.eclipse.tools.galileo.oepe.product.feature.group 1.2.0.200907171332)
        Software currently installed: SpringSource Tool Suite 2.1.0.200908052147-SR01 (com.springsource.sts.ide 2.1.0.200908052147-SR01)
        Only one of the following can be installed at once: 
          Spring IDE Refactoring Support 2.2.4.RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.beans.ui.refactoring 2.2.4.RELEASE)
          Spring IDE Refactoring Support 2.2.6.200908051215-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.beans.ui.refactoring 2.2.6.200908051215-RELEASE)
        Cannot satisfy dependency:
          From: SpringSource Tool Suite 2.1.0.200908052147-SR01 (com.springsource.sts.ide 2.1.0.200908052147-SR01)
          To: com.springsource.sts.package.feature.group [2.1.0.200908052147-SR01]
        Cannot satisfy dependency:
          From: SpringSource Tool Suite 2.1.0.200908052147-SR01 (com.springsource.sts.package.feature.group 2.1.0.200908052147-SR01)
          To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.aop.feature.feature.group 0.0.0
        Cannot satisfy dependency:
          From: Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 1.2.0.200907171332 (oracle.eclipse.tools.galileo.oepe.product.feature.group 1.2.0.200907171332)
          To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group [2.2.4.RELEASE]
        Cannot satisfy dependency:
          From: Spring IDE AOP Extension (optional) 2.2.6.200908051215-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.aop.feature.feature.group 2.2.6.200908051215-RELEASE)
          To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group [2.2.6,3.0.0)
        Cannot satisfy dependency:
          From: Spring IDE Core (required) 2.2.4.RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group 2.2.4.RELEASE)
          To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.beans.ui.refactoring [2.2.4.RELEASE]
        Cannot satisfy dependency:
          From: Spring IDE Core (required) 2.2.6.200908051215-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group 2.2.6.200908051215-RELEASE)
          To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.beans.ui.refactoring [2.2.6.200908051215-RELEASE]
      Thanks.

      Keith

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      • #4
        Keith,

        the "Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse" seem to have a strict dependency to an outdated version of Spring IDE.

        There is not much I can do here. Did you already ask Oracle to update to the latest version?

        I'm sorry as I can't be provide any help here.

        Christian

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        • #5
          I did not.

          I came to you guys first because I figured that was the best place to start. I didn't know if there were customizations you executed to make software work with STS. (I figured you guys were consumers of Oracles products as IDE developers.) However, I can see your point though.

          I will pursue this problem on the Oracle forums to see if there is not a JIRA case I can file or whatnot.

          Thanks.

          Keith

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          • #6
            Looks like someone might have beat me to it:

            http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thre...695318#3695318

            Thanks.

            Keith

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            • #7
              Same Problem

              Hi Keith

              Am facing a similar problem to what you describe and need to integrate Weblogic server with Eclipse IDE (any flavor though prefer STS).

              In light if this thread and the related post on the Oracle forum, how did you go about developing Spring app for Weblogic?

              - Did you find a suitable plugin for Weblogic from STS
              - Moved away from STS to Ecplise + SpringIDE
              - Using the Workshop with Spring ide?

              Any other alternative suggestions?

              Thanks in advance

              Shai

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              • #8
                Hey Shai,

                I used the oracle update site and was able to install all except the one component on STS - the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse - but it was enough to enable deployments to WL.

                I ended up switching to maven though and am now using a maven plugin - weblogic-maven-plugin - to deploy applications. I had to assemble and install the wlfullclient.jar and another jar to get it going but it works pretty well.

                There are actually two weblogic plugins for maven... I used the codehaus one:

                http://mojo.codehaus.org/weblogic-maven-plugin/

                I found the info to get it going here:

                http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_....nabble.com%3E

                Keith

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                • #9
                  Thanks Keith

                  A simple local deployment on WL should be sufficient for me for now.

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