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how to install Lomboz ?

 
hasan khan
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i have eclipse
Version: 3.0.1 Build id: 200409161125 and
Version: 3.1.0 Build id: 200411050810


and
i have download and extracted lomboz (org.objectweb.lomboz_3.0.1.N20050106.zip) in eclipse directory for both ther version, but it is not working please tell me the steps required for running lomboz in eclipse in either version.
 
santhoshkumar samala
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Its simple. but you have down load emf prior to using lomboz.

just google for this "emf-sdo-xsd-SDK-2.0.2" and download which has under "All"

first unzip the emf you will see 2 folders under eclipse.
plugins and features.

copy all the plugins and paste in your eclipse plugins folder and same with features.

then repeat the same with loboz.
 
Taka Chan
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I have written down a note for this, hope it can help you.

* Be aware of the version of each software, I have encountered problems if the version is not the same as specified below.

Eclipse + Lomboz + Tomcat 5.5 Installation Guide
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1) Software version:
- Eclipse 3.0.2
- Lomboz 3.0.1.N20050106.zip
- Tomcat 5.5
- EMF/SDO 2.0.2
- XSD 2.0.2
- GEF 3.0.1
- VE 1.0.2
- JEM 1.0.2


Steps:

1) Extract Eclipse
2) Extract EMF/SDO, XSD, GEF, VE, JEM to eclipse folder
3) Copy all files in eclipse/features and eclipse/plugin into the corresponding folder of Eclipse
4) Start Eclipse, "Help" -> "SoftWare Update" -> "Manage Configuration", click the "Show Disabled Features" button
5) Enable all disabled features
6) Stop Eclipse
7) Extract Lomboz, copy all files to eclipse/features and eclipse/plugin folder
8) Start Eclipse, "Window" -> "Customize Perspective", Check all options related to Lomboz
9) Click "Window" -> "Preferences" -> "Java" -> "Build Path", choose "Folder", and select "JRE_LIB variable"
10) Click "Window" -> "Preferences" -> "Lomboz", set JDK Tools.jar location
11) Click "Window" -> "Preferences" -> "Server Definitions"
<pre>
i) Choose your Tomcat version, for version 5.5, just choose 5.0.x, it is ok
ii) Input value for fields on "Properties" tab
iii) At "Server Classpath", add the following libraries

1) common/lib/commons-el.jar
2) common/lib/jasper-compiler.jar
3) common/lib/jasper-runtime.jar
4) common/lib/jsp-api.jar
5) common/lib/servlet-api.jar
6) bin/bootstrap.jar
7) JDK_TOOLS

iv) At "Project Classpath", add the following libraries

1) common/lib/jsp-api.jar
2) common/lib/servlet-api.jar
3) bin/bootstrap.jar
4) JDK_TOOLS
</pre>
12) Click "Apply", "OK" to close "Preferences" window

13) Open "eclipse\plugins\com.objectlearn.jdt.j2ee_3.0.1\servers\tomcat50x.server"

Find "-Djava.endorsed.dirs="${serverRootDirectory}/bin;${serverRootDirectory}/common/endorsed"

Change it to "-Djava.endorsed.dirs="${serverRootDirectory}/common/endorsed" (2 Occurences)

14) You may now try to create a new Lomboz J2EE project.
[ May 19, 2005: Message edited by: Taka Chan ]
 
hasan khan
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do u also know the URLs where i can find out these plugins

- EMF/SDO 2.0.2
- XSD 2.0.2
- GEF 3.0.1
- VE 1.0.2
- JEM 1.0.2
 
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