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help needed to install sysdeo plugin

 
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Hi,

I am trying to install sysdeo plugin for eclipse ide.
I have eclipse 3.1.1 and I tried installing version 3.1 final as well as 3.0.
For both the version I could not install the said plugin.
Infact I could not active the plugin in eclipse. In eclipse ide I went from Window > Customize Perspective > Commands and tried to select the checkbox for tomcat.
But the tomcat entry was not present in the Cutomize Perspective-Java window.

The only reason i can think this is happening is because my tomcat is installed in c: drive and eclipse is in d: drive. So I am unable to install sysdeo plugin.

can anybody help me with my prob?

Adrian.
 
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It can be very confusing, but once you get it working, it works reliably. For mea, the key has always been to read their instructions carefully. They don't make a whole lot of sense sometimes, but they work.
 
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Hi,

Found the solution to the above problem:

Tried starting Eclipse with the following command:

eclipse.exe -vmargs -Dosgi.checkConfiguration=true

and lo and behold the tomcat was not seen in the preferences window of eclipse.
 
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