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Facing Problem while installing JBoss Hibernate Tool

 
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I am eclipse user facing Problem while installing JBoss Hibernate Tool
High level Scenario:
1) I am trying to install jboss hibernate tool in eclipse from Market.
2) Another way to install any plug-in is to get the zip/jar and as per instructions place it directly or use Help—Install new software.... usual way to do so.
Problem:
In both the scenarios, eclipse shows it’s installed but never actually come up in the new project window nor in the perspective window.
Apart from that as per the scenario 2 when I tried to use zip even though it’s like 200mb file still eclipse keep getting connected to online site and takes like forever to download all the required jar. That’s quite annoying and found no use of downloading zip.
Question:
Why Eclipse is trying to get the Jar from some URL if path to the plug-in is provided. I can see jar’s that is getting downloaded is already available in the Zip still it is downloading from internet.

Just for info. I tried with Indigo and Juno version of eclipse and with both online and ZIP.

Please guide if I am missing anything.
 
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I am happy to say my issue is resolved. Trouble that I understand might have fix the issue is I was having multiple version of Java installed in my machine. Once I removed all and put required one, it hardly took me 15 min or less to finish my installation.
 
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