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Import the workshop repositories in RTC 4.0.2 vs 4.0


Jérémy Friant (10711) | asked Apr 03 '14, 10:45 a.m.
 Hello everybody !

I would like to develop a plugin for RTC (v4.0.2) and for that I followed the procedure described in the document 
"IBM Rational Team Concert 4.0 Extensibility"  to configure my environment.
When i am importing the jar files (page 23):
 
RTCExtensionsJTSRepository-40-yyyymmdd.tar
RTCExtensionsCCMRepository-40-yyyymmdd.tar
RTCExtensionsQMRRepository-40-yyyymmdd.tar

yyyymmdd = 20120703.

I get this error for these 3 files:

The "com.ibm.team.repository" component 
in the exported file uses version "28". 
However, this import tool can handle only version "32"." 

Therefore, I don't have the four new Eclipse projects in my Package Explorer view explain page 27

when those files will be available with this version of RPC ? 
How can I resolve or work around this problem ? 
Is it necessary to continue this process to develop a plug-in in a good environment (configuration)?

Any thoughts on this please... 

PS: in my project, a return to the last Version of RTC isn't possible.

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Kevin Ramer (4.5k8184200) | answered Apr 03 '14, 11:50 a.m.
I did this by starting with v4.0 server install, importing the data, upgrading to desired level afterward.


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Jérémy Friant commented Apr 04 '14, 8:32 a.m.

 How is that upgrading to desired level afterward and deploy your plug-in to the new RTC version ?


Kevin Ramer commented Apr 04 '14, 8:37 a.m.

I should have qualified my statement;  I only setup the workshop to get to a 4.0.3 environment by installing 4.0, importing the tar file (repotools -import), then upgrading that repository using the "normal" means. 

I've not yet attempted to create anything as it's [ for me ] somewhat complicated and mysterious ;-)

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