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Unable to install wildfly server onto Eclipse no matter what

 
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Hi guys,

I am not sure if i should post this in Eclipse or wildfly but I gather here there are so many users, surely there is some that are using Eclipse with wildfly.

It's been half a day gone and yet  I am still stuck at not able to bring the wildfly into Eclipse server list which will show wildfly and Jboss community.

The tutorial I am following is this



the errors I keep getting including getting rid of this TM terminal as suggested in this post



the error I am getting is



I have also got wildfly standalone installed separately in windows 10, not sure how I can make it point to that server currently in my pc ?

Tks
 
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Our message editor made hamburger out of that last error line. Here it is in readable form:


First, I should note that you're not actually "installing Wildfly into Eclipse", you're registering a Wildfly server with Eclipse by installing  and configuring an Eclipse plugin so that Eclipse can better integrate with it (including debugging Wildfly webapps).

It appears that you may have version conflicts with your plugins. First, I'd check to see if your m2e (Maven) plugin is up to date. If so, uninstall it, try installing the Wildfly plugin and see if it doesn't automatically pull in a more congenial version of m2e.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:Our message editor made hamburger out of that last error line. Here it is in readable form:


First, I should note that you're not actually "installing Wildfly into Eclipse", you're registering a Wildfly server with Eclipse by installing  and configuring an Eclipse plugin so that Eclipse can better integrate with it (including debugging Wildfly webapps).

It appears that you may have version conflicts with your plugins. First, I'd check to see if your m2e (Maven) plugin is up to date. If so, uninstall it, try installing the Wildfly plugin and see if it doesn't automatically pull in a more congenial version of m2e.



Sorry I forgot to delete this one cos I managed after installing the latest Eclipse EE IDE but I was flat exhausted. Thanks for your help.
 
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