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Derby provides a Plug-in for the Eclipse IDE. You can find more information about the Plug-in [[http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/plugin_howto.html|here]]. Until version 10.9, Derby provided a Plug-in for the Eclipse IDE. You can find more information about the Plug-in [[http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/plugin_howto.html|here]]. This plugin is no longer supported, and has not been tested with any Eclipse version after Juno.

Until version 10.9, Derby provided a Plug-in for the Eclipse IDE. You can find more information about the Plug-in here. This plugin is no longer supported, and has not been tested with any Eclipse version after Juno.

Plug-in installation troubleshooting

Normally, installation should be as simple as ensuring that the Eclipse\plugins directory contains these three directories:

  • org.apache.derby.core_10.3.1,
  • org.apache.derby.ui_1.1.1, and
  • org.apache.derby.plugin.doc_1.1.1,

as obtained from extracting the zip files.

You should see the menu items after restarting. If you do not, then open the Eclipse workspace/.metadata/.log to look for any errors/exceptions that might be causing the problem. Also, you can look in Help>About Eclipse SDK>Configuration Details at the Plug-in registry section. Each registered plug-in will be listed there with a status message next to it like Activated, Resolved, Inactive, etc.

DerbyEclipsePlugIn (last edited 2013-10-16 03:04:06 by MyrnavanLunteren)