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xiaohong yu
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i am the first time here ,and now i register ,i am very happy here
i want to ask a question

these days i am studying the jess and i want to use it to data clean ,but the first step,i cant use the eclipse to edit jess code ,and if anyone of u know it ,can u tell me??i cant configure the eclipse ,and the eclipse cant open the .clp files

thank u ,wishes for ur message
 
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Hi,

Welcome to JavaRanch!

Are you trying to use the Eclipse-based IDE "JessDE" that comes with Jess 7? If so, what problems are you having? What have you tried to do, what did you expect to happen, and what happened instead?

To install the JessDE, you just need to unzip all the *.zip files from the eclipse/ directory of the Jess distribution into the top level of your Eclipse installation directory, then restart Eclipse. The JessDE works only with Eclipse version 3.0 or later.

We have a forum here that's dedicated to questions about Eclipse and other IDEs, here. I'm going to move this topic to that forum; let's continue this discussion over there.
 
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sorry ,i just want to use the eclipse to edit my jess code ,and i think it should edit and i will use it to write jess code .and do something about data clean .
 
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You sent me a PM, too; I hope you won't mind if I quote it here:


i unzip all the files of .zip file include gov.sandia.jess.debug_7.0.0 and so on.but which is the top level of derectory.i hava set up it in the d:\eclipse\eclipse\(configures,figures,plugins,readme....)which place i should put them in.


When it's installed, an eclipse plugin takes the form of a subdirectory of (in your case) d:\eclipse\eclipse\plugins. So if you look in this directory, you will find subdirectories of plugins called, for example, something like org.eclipse.ui_3.0.1, org.eclipse.core.runtime_3.0.1, etc. You need to install the JessDE so that you end up with directories named d:\eclipse\eclipse\plugins\gov.sandia.jess_7.0.0,
d:\eclipse\eclipse\plugins\gov.sandia.jess.editor_7.0.0, d:\eclipse\eclipse\plugins\gov.sandia.jess.debug_7.0.0, etc.

Then, after restarting Eclipse, you should find that *.clp files open in the Jess editor, which has the little Jess silver-ball icon.
 
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