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Help in Pluto Installation

Sanjoy Chowdhury

Joined: Dec 09, 2004
Posts: 26
I have downloaded Pluto Source Ditribution and follow the steps

1.Install Java 1.3 or greater (I have at C:\j2sdk1.4.2_05)
2�Install Maven 1.0 or greater (I have at D:\maven)
3�Install Tomcat 4.x or Tomcat 5.x to a directory (installed at D:\tomcat) from here forward refered to as <TOMCAT_HOME>
4�Edit your <PLUTO_HOME>/ to include the following properties:
maven.tomcat.home D:\tomcat
maven.tomcat.version.major 5
5�From <PLUTO_HOME> issue the command: 'maven fullDeployment'
6�Startup the server by using the appropriate tomcat startup script located at <PLUTO_HOME>/bin. For windows use startup.bat.
7�Point your browser to http://localhost:8080/pluto/portal and your ready to go!

But I got error on step 5, as Maven cannot build. I got the following errors:

The build cannot continue because of the following unsatisfied dependencies:


As a result I can't try step 6 onwards.

Can anyone help me to solve the problem.
Thomas Paul
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Joined: May 05, 2000
Posts: 13974
Pluto is a pain to install. The binary distribution is easier, of course.

Looks like you need Velocity and commons-jelly. Both are on the apache site.

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