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This should give you a list of missing dependencies, that prevent the bundle from being started.
 
This should give you a list of missing dependencies, that prevent the bundle from being started.
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Latest revision as of 09:39, 25 March 2010

Here is how to diagnose problems with a bundle (aka. plug-in) that doesn't want to start:

  • Start Eclipse with the command line option "-console" (this opens an OSGi console)
  • In this console, type install file:///C:/path_to_your_bundle
  • The OSGi console should answer with "Bundle id is 123", where "123" is a number assigned to your bundle
  • Now type: diag 123

This should give you a list of missing dependencies, that prevent the bundle from being started.