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#* Otherwise, click '''Not Now''', save any changes, and restart Eclipse
 
#* Otherwise, click '''Not Now''', save any changes, and restart Eclipse
 
# After Eclipse restarts, the STEM Model Generator is ready for use
 
# After Eclipse restarts, the STEM Model Generator is ready for use
 
== Verify the Model Generator is installed ==
 
  
 
Once you're finished, return to the tutorial and follow the steps to '''[[STEM_Model_Generator#Generate_a_STEM_Computational_Model_Project|Generate a STEM Computational Model project]]'''
 
Once you're finished, return to the tutorial and follow the steps to '''[[STEM_Model_Generator#Generate_a_STEM_Computational_Model_Project|Generate a STEM Computational Model project]]'''

Revision as of 16:56, 5 September 2012

Important note:  the STEM Model Generator is currently intended for use in the Eclipse SDK only.  It is not intended for installation or use within the STEM application.

Before you Begin, follow the steps of the STEM/Eclipse Setup to prepare your development environment

Add the STEM Developer Tools Update Site into Eclipse

  1. Launch your Eclipse SDK
  2. Select the Help menu and choose Install New Software
    STEM-ModelGen-InstallNewSoftwareMenu.png
  3. When the Available Software dialog opens, click Add
  4. In Add Repository dialog, enter the following values:
    Name: STEM Developer Tools
    Location: http://download.eclipse.org/stem/update-site/prerelease/
    STEM-ModelGen-AddRepositoryDialog.png
  5. Click OK

Install the STEM Model Generator

  1. From the Available Software dialog, select STEM Developer Tools from the drop down
  2. Choose the STEM Model Generator Feature from the list of available software
    Note: You may have to uncheck Group items by category
    STEM-ModelGen-SelectFeatureDialog.png
  3. Click Next
  4. On the Install Details page, verify STEM Model Generator Feature is listed
    Note: If you did not install the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) previously, it will be installed automatically
    STEM-ModelGen-InstallDetailsDialog.png
  5. Click Next
  6. On the Review Licenses page, review the licenses of the required software
    • If you accept all the license terms, select I accept the terms of the license agreements and click Finish
    • If you do NOT accept the terms, click Cancel
  7. The installer will now download and install the software. This process may take 5-10 minutes.
  8. If prompted with a Security Warning that you're about to install unsigned content, click OK
    STEM-ModelGen-SecurityWarning.png
  9. When the install finishes, you will be prompted to restart Eclipse
    • If all your changes are saved, click Restart Now
    • Otherwise, click Not Now, save any changes, and restart Eclipse
  10. After Eclipse restarts, the STEM Model Generator is ready for use

Once you're finished, return to the tutorial and follow the steps to Generate a STEM Computational Model project