first of all thanks for reply after more than 30 views.........
Let me tell you I had tried a new plugin installation in Jboss by help->Install New Software as help->software update->add site in eclipse as i am familiar with it but it does't recognize plugin in given folder. the folder structure is as follow.......
which contains these two folders as..
And i had tried it with droppin folder too..
i genraly put a link file in droppin folder which contain only the path up to the plugin as in case i had done with eclipse...
but it does't work too....I dont know what extra Jboss is required.... I hope it would be enough to understand you what is the problem..
Here is what Snjezana suggested as workaround for this:
To activate dropins reconciling you need to do the following:
- find the line
and change it to
- create the studio/dropins directory and add plugins as is usual
- start JBDS with the -clean option at least once
One more thing that i want to share..
When i uninstall the Jboss once and install it again it is saying that failed to create Java virtual machine...i have tried it to provide jre by specific way too but again it was saying same sense..
one thing i have noticed that the installer was not able to put all subfolder of configurator... I hope that would be crucial to understand what is the real problem....
i have got what was the error........
just checkout your \JBossInstalationLoc\studio\jbdevstudio.ini
this should contain the following ..........
What JVM is used to launch JBDS?
I need full version from java - version
desktop:~/Projects/jbds-build-3.2.x/devstudio-trunk/product$ java -version
java version "1.6.0_20"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea6 1.9.7) (6b20-1.9.7-0ubuntu1)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 19.0-b09, mixed mode)
Rahul Srivastava wrote:
you are great in coopearating.........
actualy i have added two plugin to Jboss one is working fine and another one could not detected by Jboss..................I have used dropin method to do this...........i just want to count where the loop holes might be possible....
There are two possible reasons for the plugin not working after adding it to the dropins directory :
- the plugin isn't compatible with JBDS
- the plugin has some additional requirements that don't exist in JBDS
What plugin and version have you tried to install?
I hope you are the one for whom Danis has disscussed above during telling me solution.......any way thanks for suggestion....
Actualy I am trying to add UML plugin with some additional jar as follow.......
- org.eclipse.emf.codegen_2.4.0 and its dependent.
- org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.common.core_1.1.0 and its dependent.
- org.eclipse.ocl.ecore_1.2.1 and its dependent.
- org.eclipse.uml2.diagram.activity_0.8.1 and its dependent. etc
which i have added in eclipse with dropins plugin directory mecanism and it is working fine......but it could not be get identified by jboss.
i hope it would be enough for you to set out the ask.......
Can we some how find out where could be the exact problem i mean to say somewhere like log....