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Installing RTC 2.0 into a RSA 7.5.2 Eclipse


Thorsten Gau (8621212) | asked Jun 28 '09, 7:03 a.m.
Looks like an obvious task, but I have trouble getting it work.

I do:
* Have existing RSA 7.5.2 installation at
C:\opt\IBM\SDPShared
C:\opt\IBM\SDP
* Run Installation Manager with RTC 2.0
- create a new package group @ C:\opt\IBM\RTC20
- option "Extend an existing Eclipse" @ C:\opt\IBM\SDP

error:
There is a package installed at "C:\opt\IBM\SDP". The Eclipse IDE must not be the same as an existing package installation directory.

What am I doing wrong?

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Amirsam Khataei (256175) | answered Sep 14 '09, 4:48 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
also take a look at
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&q1=RAD+RTC&uid=swg21396739&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en

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Michael Valenta (3.7k3) | answered Sep 14 '09, 10:19 a.m.
FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
I've seen similar errors when the SCM metadata has become corrupt. You
could try running a repair from the Jazz Source Control preference page
and see if that helps.

Michael

carlosl wrote:
I have RSA 7.5.3 with RTC 1.0. After read some threads I uninstalled
my RTC 1.0 and installed RTC 2.0. Now when I open RSA and switch to
my workspace created by a standalone RTC 2.0 installation, I get an
error Message:
Computing local changes
Update Platform Ignores

If I go ahead and load the workspace, select my project and try to do
a Check In, I get a new error message:
An internal error occurred during "Checking in"

And the project is not updated.
Any idea?

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carlos roberto (21443030) | answered Sep 12 '09, 10:09 a.m.
I have RSA 7.5.3 with RTC 1.0. After read some threads I uninstalled my RTC 1.0 and installed RTC 2.0. Now when I open RSA and switch to my workspace created by a standalone RTC 2.0 installation, I get an error Message:
Computing local changes
Update Platform Ignores

If I go ahead and load the workspace, select my project and try to do a Check In, I get a new error message:
An internal error occurred during "Checking in"

And the project is not updated.
Any idea?

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k33035) | answered Jul 10 '09, 3:46 p.m.
FORUM ADMINISTRATOR / FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
The question is primarily what versions of Eclipse is RSA-7.5.2
compatible with. The RTC-2.0 Eclipse plug-in is compatible with
Eclipse-3.4.2, and "tolerates" Eclipse-3.5 (I started a separate thread
earlier today asking what "tolerates" means here).

Cheers,
Geoff

bj wrote:
Chemiwrote:
tgau wrote:
Looks like an obvious task, but I have trouble getting it work.

I do:
* Have existing RSA 7.5.2 installation at
C:\opt\IBM\SDPShared
C:\opt\IBM\SDP
* Run Installation Manager with RTC 2.0
- create a new package group @ C:\opt\IBM\RTC20
- option "Extend an existing Eclipse" @ C:\opt\IBM\SDP

error:
There is a package installed at "C:\opt\IBM\SDP". The
Eclipse IDE must not be the same as an existing package
installation
directory.

What am I doing wrong?


You shouldn't select an existing Elipse but an existing package. But
AFAIK, RSA 7.5.2 doesn't support yet the new RTC Client. Anyway, under

your own decision, I heard/read that you should uninstall RTC Client
feature from RSA 7.5.2 (just in case you selected it) and then install

RTC Client 2.0 package on top of RSA 7.5.2 package.

Hope this helps,

Chemi.


So RSA 7.5.2 does not officially support the RTC 2.0 Client. Is there
an outlook on when RTC 2.0 will OFFICIALLY be compatible with RSA (RTC
2.0 compatible plug-in)?

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Brad Poulliot (561210) | answered Jul 10 '09, 2:34 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
tgau wrote:
Looks like an obvious task, but I have trouble getting it work.

I do:
* Have existing RSA 7.5.2 installation at
C:\opt\IBM\SDPShared
C:\opt\IBM\SDP
* Run Installation Manager with RTC 2.0
- create a new package group @ C:\opt\IBM\RTC20
- option "Extend an existing Eclipse" @ C:\opt\IBM\SDP

error:
There is a package installed at "C:\opt\IBM\SDP". The
Eclipse IDE must not be the same as an existing package installation
directory.

What am I doing wrong?


You shouldn't select an existing Elipse but an existing package. But
AFAIK, RSA 7.5.2 doesn't support yet the new RTC Client. Anyway, under
your own decision, I heard/read that you should uninstall RTC Client
feature from RSA 7.5.2 (just in case you selected it) and then install
RTC Client 2.0 package on top of RSA 7.5.2 package.

Hope this helps,

Chemi.

So RSA 7.5.2 does not officially support the RTC 2.0 Client. Is there an outlook on when RTC 2.0 will OFFICIALLY be compatible with RSA (RTC 2.0 compatible plug-in)?

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Thorsten Gau (8621212) | answered Jun 30 '09, 3:09 a.m.
Chemi, SuperWang - thanks, it works

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Super Wang (6077) | answered Jun 29 '09, 1:08 a.m.
You can install RTC 2.0 client into the same package of RSA 7.5.2, but you need to remove the RTC feature which is integrated with RSA.

You can use installation manager to modify this. I mean, modify you current RSA first, then install RTC 2.0 client.

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Jose Miguel Ordax Cassa (2.4k4126100) | answered Jun 28 '09, 1:02 p.m.
tgau wrote:
Looks like an obvious task, but I have trouble getting it work.

I do:
* Have existing RSA 7.5.2 installation at
C:\opt\IBM\SDPShared
C:\opt\IBM\SDP
* Run Installation Manager with RTC 2.0
- create a new package group @ C:\opt\IBM\RTC20
- option "Extend an existing Eclipse" @ C:\opt\IBM\SDP

error:
There is a package installed at "C:\opt\IBM\SDP". The
Eclipse IDE must not be the same as an existing package installation
directory.

What am I doing wrong?


You shouldn't select an existing Elipse but an existing package. But
AFAIK, RSA 7.5.2 doesn't support yet the new RTC Client. Anyway, under
your own decision, I heard/read that you should uninstall RTC Client
feature from RSA 7.5.2 (just in case you selected it) and then install
RTC Client 2.0 package on top of RSA 7.5.2 package.

Hope this helps,

Chemi.

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