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Eclispe Failing to Launch

 
Russell Ray
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I have Eclipse running using several plugins. I'm using version 3.2M3-win32. I downloaded Hibernate Synchronizer plugin using the update manager. When I restart Eclipse I get the Eclipse Splash screen. However something happens, and then I get a Dialog box telling something is wrong with the configuration. I have remove the two directories downloaded with Hibernate Synchronizer and re-ran the command eclipse -clean from the command line, but I still am getting the same error. When I go check the log file within the configuration directory I see the following:



........ The log file continues with a list of all plugins I have saying it could not resolve any of them.

Can someone please guide me in the steps I need to take to fix this problem?

Thank you for reading my post. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
 
Russell Ray
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Can someone please help me. I am completely shutdown and can not use Eclipse whatsoever.
 
Russell Ray
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I have checked using google and found this link.

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Russell Ray
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For the good of the group:

The problem I was having involving this error:

> !ENTRY org.eclipse.update.configurator 2005-12-01 06:35:54.421
> !MESSAGE Could not install bundle plugins/org.eclipse.emf.common_2.1.0.jar
> Bundle "org.eclipse.emf.common" version "2.1.0" has already been installed
> from: update@plugins/org.eclipse.emf.common_2.1.0/
>
was related to the fact I had 3rd party jars inside the eclipse plugin
directory and also in the 3rd party directory. When I removed the jar file
from the eclipse/plugin direct and allowed Eclipse to locate the jar file
from within the 3rd party directory--eclipse/plugins/<3rdpartydirectory>
this error went away!
 
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Thanks for sharing the solution Russell!
 
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