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Eclipse RCP Integration

Vaideeswaran Natarajan

Joined: Jun 01, 2010
Posts: 8
Hi All,

I am very new to working with Eclipse Plugins. My requirement is that I have two projects one developed using Eclipse RCP Plugin (basically it is an eclipse application) and the other one is usual java swing application. I have to integrate both the applications now (ie) I need to call the java swing application from Eclipse RCP Plugin. I am able to build the project but not able run the application because of runtime classpath issues. The only way I am able to solve this issue is by converting the java application into a plugin. Can you please let me know is this the only way or the correct way of doing. I am very new to this..Is there no way of just creating an object without converting the java application into a plugin.

Thank you for your help.

I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Eclipse RCP Integration
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