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Plugins not shown - Axis2 Codegen & Service plugins

 
John Jai
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Hi,

I am trying to install the plugins in Eclipse Indigo JEE. I downloaded the Axis2 - Codegen and service plugins (both 1.6 version) and extracted and placed the org.apache.axis2.eclipse.codegen.plugin_1.6.0.jar and org.apache.axis2.eclipse.service.plugin_1.6.0.jar in the dropins folder (C:\eclipse-jee-indigo-SR1-win32\eclipse\dropins). But after launching the Eclipse I am not able to see them in the New wizard.
 
John Jai
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I tried with eclipse-SDK-3.7.1-win32 (Classic version) and it worked fine. Not able to figure out what may be the issue.

Anyways the plugins are working fine in this version of eclipse.
 
Chinni kumar
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Looks like there is a problem with org.apache.axis2.eclipse.service.plugin_1.6.1
and org.apache.axis2.eclipse.codegen.plugin_1.6.1 plugins.

When I dropped under dropins folder in **eclipse-jee-indigo**-SR1-win32-x86_64.
It didn't work.

I downloaded and used 1.6.2 axis2 plugins IT WORKS DUDE !!!
 
Peter Johnson
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Hmm, my guess is that there are OS-specific components included in the plugin. That would explain why 1.6.1 works in 32-bit Eclipse but not in 64-bit. The 1.6.2 version either went pure Java or included 64-bit components.
 
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