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== Prerequisites  ==
 
 
Before you start the '''Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager''' installation you need to download and unpack [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-ide-java-and-report-developers/heliossr2 Eclipse IDE for Java and Report Developers] to a location of your choice.
 
 
If you need more information on eclipse installation please continue [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Stardust/Knowledge_Base/Getting_Started/Installation#Eclipse_and_Subclipse_Installation here].
 
 
 
== Installation Alternatives  ==
 
== Installation Alternatives  ==
  
Installation of Stardust on [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-ide-java-and-report-developers/heliossr2 Eclipse Helios] is performed by installing the corresponding Stardust Features and their required dependencies. These Eclipse Features include the  
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Installation of Stardust is performed by installing the corresponding Stardust Features and their required dependencies. These Eclipse Features include the  
  
* Process Modeller,  
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*Process Modeller,  
* the Rapid Application Development (RAD) environment and the  
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*the Rapid Application Development (RAD) environment and the  
* Report Designer Extension.  
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*Report Designer Extension.
  
 
You have several options to add the '''Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager''' Features and their dependencies to your Eclipse environment:  
 
You have several options to add the '''Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager''' Features and their dependencies to your Eclipse environment:  
  
*'''Online Eclipse update site''' - This is a good choice if you:<br>- don't know what to choose<br>- have a reliable, fast internet connection<br>- only want to install on a single PC / environment<br>- want to check for updates frequently and intend to update to the latest and greatest version frequently<br>
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*'''Online Eclipse update site''' - This is a good choice if you:<br>- don't know what to choose<br>- have a reliable, fast internet connection<br>- only want to install on a single PC / environment<br>- want to check for updates frequently and intend to update to the latest and greatest version frequently<br>  
*'''Local Eclipse update site''' - This is a good choice if you:<br>- have a not so fast and reliable internet connection<br>- have an internet connection with high latency / response times<br>- want to install on multiple PCs / environments<br>- are going to check for updates less frequently or not via the built-in update mechanism<br>- may not always upgrade to the latest patch release<br>
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*'''Local Eclipse update site''' - This is a good choice if you:<br>- have a not so fast and reliable internet connection<br>- have an internet connection with high latency / response times<br>- want to install on multiple PCs / environments<br>- are going to check for updates less frequently or not via the built-in update mechanism<br>- may not always upgrade to the latest patch release<br>  
*'''Install features as drop-ins''' - This is a good choice if you:<br>- know what you are doing<br>- are sure that you have the right Eclipse version with all required dependencies installed<br>- are familiar enough with the eclipse plug-in mechanism and know how to install missing dependencies if needed<br>- rather perform some steps in the file system than walk through the dialogs of the (local) Eclipse update site installation<br>- want to separate the new features from you Eclipse installation on file system level<br>- want to automate the installation for multiple environments
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*'''Install features as drop-ins''' - This is a good choice if you:<br>- know what you are doing<br>- are sure that you have the right Eclipse version with all required dependencies installed<br>- are familiar enough with the eclipse plug-in mechanism and know how to install missing dependencies if needed<br>- rather perform some steps in the file system than walk through the dialogs of the (local) Eclipse update site installation<br>- want to separate the new features from you Eclipse installation on file system level<br>- want to automate the installation for multiple environments<br>
  
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== Online Eclipse Update Site  ==
  
== Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager&nbsp;Feature Installation  ==
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=== Install Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers ===
  
=== Online Eclipse Update Site  ===
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*Go to [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ Eclipse download page] and download '''Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers'''
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*Download and unzip to your hard drive
  
After the installation of Eclipse and the Subclipse plug-ins Stardust can be installed. This section describes how to do this using the online Eclipse update site.<br>(See [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Stardust/Knowledge_Base/Getting_Started/Installation#Introduction introduction] for other options).<br>
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=== Install Stardust ===
  
#'''Open''' context menu&nbsp;'''Help &gt; Install New Software...'''  
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*'''Open''' context menu&nbsp;'''Help &gt; Install New Software...'''
#Push'''Add ''' button
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*Select '''"http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna"''' from the dropdown box of "Work with"
#Enter '''Stardust Online Site''' for the '''Name''' and for the '''Location''' enter '''<u>''http://download.eclipse.org/stardust/milestones''</u>'''
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*'''Open '''the category '''SOA Development '''and '''Select&nbsp;'''all features for '''''"''Eclipse Process Manager ..."'''
#'''Select''' the checkbox '''Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager''' (see screenshot below)
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[[Image:Install-stardust-2.0.1.png]]
#Select '''Next''' for the follow-up screens and accept the '''Eclipse License Agreement'''.  
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*Select '''Next''' for the follow-up screens and accept the '''Eclipse License Agreement'''.  
#Select '''Finish''' - all Stardust components will be downloaded now. This may take 10-20 minutes depending on your network connection.  
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*Select '''Finish''' - all Stardust components will be downloaded now. This may take 10-20 minutes depending on your network connection.  
#For the milestone builds, you may receive a warning that the software contains unsigned content, which you need to ignore.
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*'''Restart''' Eclipse after installation has completed.
#'''Restart''' Eclipse after installation has completed.
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[[Image:Update-site1.png]]
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Congratulations! You are ready to use the Stardust Eclipse Process Manager.
  
Congratulations! You are ready to use the Stardust Eclipse Process Manager.<br>
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=== Next Steps  ===
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Now you are ready to start the process modeler and configure the Rapid Application Development. Please consult the product documentation for further instructions.  
  
 
===== Product Documentation  =====
 
===== Product Documentation  =====
  
Documentation for your first steps can be found under
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Documentation for your first steps can be found under  
  
*'''Help &gt; Help Contents''', select '''Stardust Online Documentation''' or
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*'''Help &gt; Help Contents''', select '''Stardust Online Documentation''' or  
*online at [https://infinity.sungard.com/documentation/stardust/7.0/index.jsp https://infinity.sungard.com/documentation/stardust/7.0/index.jsp]
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*online at [http://help.eclipse.org/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.stardust.docs.dev/html/toc.html http://help.eclipse.org/]
  
You may want to start with a first tutorial: the Support-Case Example [https://infinity.sungard.com/documentation/stardust/7.0/topic/org.eclipse.stardust.docs.dev/html/handbooks/tutorial/support-case/support-case-preface.htm here].
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You may want to start with a first tutorial: the Support-Case Example&nbsp;[http://help.eclipse.org/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.stardust.docs.dev/html/tutorial/support-case/support-case-preface.htm here].
  
''(Note, that a bug in the open source version of ICEfaces does not allow you to use Google Chrome to run the Portal. We hope to address this soon together with the ICEfaces team.)''
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== Local Eclipse Update Site  ==
  
=== Local Eclipse Update Site (offline) ===
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=== Build Stardust from Source Code ===
  
For one of the reasons mentioned in the introduction you may prefer to download the complete update site so you can use it as a local Eclipse update and install the Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager features offline, possibly to multiple environments. The zipped complete Eclipse update site can be downloaded from the repository  <br>[http://download.eclipse.org/stardust/milestones/helios/stardust-offline-site-0.7.1.130-RC3.zip http://download.eclipse.org/stardust/milestones/helios/stardust-offline-site-0.7.1.130-RC3.zip].<br> Please note that the suffix of the archive name depends on the planned release version and a consecutively build number.
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If you like to build Stardust, please download the source code and build Stardust as described [[Stardust/Source_Code|here]].
  
The installation of the right Eclipse version and of Subclipse as described in the section "Eclipse Installation" is still a pre-condition.<br>
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=== Install Local Eclipse Update Site (offline)  ===
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For one of the reasons mentioned in the introduction you may prefer to download the complete update site so you can use it as a local Eclipse update and install the Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager features offline, possibly to multiple environments.&nbsp;The zipped complete Eclipse update site can be downloaded from the repository ([[Stardust/Download|see Downloads]]).&nbsp;Please note that the suffix of the archive name depends on the planned release version and a consecutively build number.
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Or you want to install your locally build Stardust update.<br>  
  
 
#Open the context menu&nbsp;'''Help &gt; Install New Software...'''  
 
#Open the context menu&nbsp;'''Help &gt; Install New Software...'''  
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#Select '''Next''' for the follow-up screens and accept the '''Eclipse License Agreement'''.  
 
#Select '''Next''' for the follow-up screens and accept the '''Eclipse License Agreement'''.  
 
#Select '''Finish''' - all Stardust components will be downloaded now.  
 
#Select '''Finish''' - all Stardust components will be downloaded now.  
#For the milestone builds, you may receive a warning that the software contains unsigned content, which you need to ignore.
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#For your local builds, you may receive a warning that the software contains unsigned content, which you need to ignore.  
 
#'''Restart''' Eclipse after installation has completed.
 
#'''Restart''' Eclipse after installation has completed.
  
===== Product Documentation =====
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== Install Features as Drop-ins ==
 
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Documentation for your first steps can be found under
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*'''Help &gt; Help Contents''', select '''Stardust Online Documentation''' or
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*online at [https://infinity.sungard.com/documentation/stardust/7.0/index.jsp https://infinity.sungard.com/documentation/stardust/7.0/index.jsp]
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You may want to start with a first tutorial: the Support-Case Example [https://infinity.sungard.com/documentation/stardust/7.0/topic/org.eclipse.stardust.docs.dev/html/handbooks/tutorial/support-case/support-case-preface.htm here].
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''(Note, that a bug in the open source version of ICEfaces does not allow you to use Google Chrome to run the Portal. We hope to address this soon together with the ICEfaces team.)''
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Please refer to the Eclipse Platform Plug-in Developer Guide's section "[http://help.eclipse.org/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.platform.doc.isv%2Freference%2Fmisc%2Fp2_dropins_format.html The drop-ins folder and supported file layouts]".  
  
=== Install Features as Drop-ins ===
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Remember start Eclipse using the parameter -clean after making modifications to the drop-ins folder.
  
Please refer to the Eclipse Platform Plug-in Developer Guide's section "[http://help.eclipse.org/helios/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.platform.doc.isv%2Freference%2Fmisc%2Fp2_dropins_format.html The drop-ins folder and supported file layouts]".<br>
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== Runtime Environment via Maven ==
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Please see [[Stardust/Knowledge_Base/Build_and_Change_Management/Maven/Basic_Setup|Maven section of the Knowledge Base]]
  
Remember start Eclipse using the parameter -clean after making modifications to the drop-ins folder.
 
  
== Eclipse Installation ==
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== Product Documentation ==
  
==== The right Eclipse Version<br> ====
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Documentation for your first steps can be found under
  
The Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager is based on the [http://www.eclipse.org Eclipse Platform] and consists of the combination of the basic Eclipse platform and a number of plug-ins. Currently only Eclipse Helios Service Release 2 (Eclipse 3.6 SR2, build 20110218-0911) is supported. Please make sure to download the appropriate version for your operating system. It’s strongly recommended to download the bundle '''Eclipse IDE for Java and Report Developers''' [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-ide-java-and-report-developers/heliossr2 here] to avoid having to install additional missing plug-ins at a later point.<br>
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*'''Help &gt; Help Contents''', select '''Stardust Online Documentation''' or
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*online at [http://help.eclipse.org/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.stardust.docs.dev/html/toc.html http://help.eclipse.org/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.stardust.docs.dev/html/toc.html]
  
After downloading, install Eclipse by extracting it into a target folder of your choice. Start the Eclipse application. When the Eclipse IDE opens for the first time you are presented with a ''Welcome'' screen, which you may close.
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You may want to start with a first tutorial: the Support-Case Example [http://help.eclipse.org/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.stardust.docs.dev/html/tutorial/support-case/support-case-preface.htm here].

Latest revision as of 01:35, 30 September 2014

Installation Alternatives

Installation of Stardust is performed by installing the corresponding Stardust Features and their required dependencies. These Eclipse Features include the

  • Process Modeller,
  • the Rapid Application Development (RAD) environment and the
  • Report Designer Extension.

You have several options to add the Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager Features and their dependencies to your Eclipse environment:

  • Online Eclipse update site - This is a good choice if you:
    - don't know what to choose
    - have a reliable, fast internet connection
    - only want to install on a single PC / environment
    - want to check for updates frequently and intend to update to the latest and greatest version frequently
  • Local Eclipse update site - This is a good choice if you:
    - have a not so fast and reliable internet connection
    - have an internet connection with high latency / response times
    - want to install on multiple PCs / environments
    - are going to check for updates less frequently or not via the built-in update mechanism
    - may not always upgrade to the latest patch release
  • Install features as drop-ins - This is a good choice if you:
    - know what you are doing
    - are sure that you have the right Eclipse version with all required dependencies installed
    - are familiar enough with the eclipse plug-in mechanism and know how to install missing dependencies if needed
    - rather perform some steps in the file system than walk through the dialogs of the (local) Eclipse update site installation
    - want to separate the new features from you Eclipse installation on file system level
    - want to automate the installation for multiple environments

Online Eclipse Update Site

Install Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers

  • Go to Eclipse download page and download Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers
  • Download and unzip to your hard drive

Install Stardust

  • Open context menu Help > Install New Software...
  • Select "http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna" from the dropdown box of "Work with"
  • Open the category SOA Development and Select all features for "Eclipse Process Manager ..."

Install-stardust-2.0.1.png

  • Select Next for the follow-up screens and accept the Eclipse License Agreement.
  • Select Finish - all Stardust components will be downloaded now. This may take 10-20 minutes depending on your network connection.
  • Restart Eclipse after installation has completed.

Congratulations! You are ready to use the Stardust Eclipse Process Manager.

Next Steps

Now you are ready to start the process modeler and configure the Rapid Application Development. Please consult the product documentation for further instructions.

Product Documentation

Documentation for your first steps can be found under

You may want to start with a first tutorial: the Support-Case Example here.

Local Eclipse Update Site

Build Stardust from Source Code

If you like to build Stardust, please download the source code and build Stardust as described here.

Install Local Eclipse Update Site (offline)

For one of the reasons mentioned in the introduction you may prefer to download the complete update site so you can use it as a local Eclipse update and install the Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager features offline, possibly to multiple environments. The zipped complete Eclipse update site can be downloaded from the repository (see Downloads). Please note that the suffix of the archive name depends on the planned release version and a consecutively build number.

Or you want to install your locally build Stardust update.

  1. Open the context menu Help > Install New Software...
  2. Push Add button
  3. Enter Name: Stardust local site and Location: <YourLocalStardust.zipLocation>
  4. Select the check box Stardust - Eclipse Process Manager
  5. Select Next for the follow-up screens and accept the Eclipse License Agreement.
  6. Select Finish - all Stardust components will be downloaded now.
  7. For your local builds, you may receive a warning that the software contains unsigned content, which you need to ignore.
  8. Restart Eclipse after installation has completed.

Install Features as Drop-ins

Please refer to the Eclipse Platform Plug-in Developer Guide's section "The drop-ins folder and supported file layouts".

Remember start Eclipse using the parameter -clean after making modifications to the drop-ins folder.

Runtime Environment via Maven

Please see Maven section of the Knowledge Base


Product Documentation

Documentation for your first steps can be found under

You may want to start with a first tutorial: the Support-Case Example here.