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Installing SDK


Hi,

I was following the guide on
https://www.novell.com/developer/plugin-sdk/sentinel_plugin_sdk.html to
install SDK however the Eclipse available now is Luna and not Indigo and
in general, it is not straight forward.

is there a clear cut, updated documentation that I can refer to please?
or even better, is there a VM image with SDK configured for collector
development?


Regards,
Pras


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Re: Installing SDK

You may be interested in using the Preview version of the SDK. It has new
features that you'll likely want, and the installation is pretty simple
where inthe past it has been a bit more trying.

https://www.netiq.com/support/sentinel/plugins/preview.html

Click on 'Developer Kit'

I installed Eclipse 4.4 and then added the plugin to it on my openSUSE
13.1 system and so far things are fine... no problems that I remember. If
stuck on windows the installers at the link above actually use Eclipse 3.7
as it is he tested version, but at least so far newer versions seem to work.

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Re: Installing SDK


ab;250637 Wrote:
> You may be interested in using the Preview version of the SDK. It has
> new
> features that you'll likely want, and the installation is pretty simple
> where inthe past it has been a bit more trying.
>
> https://www.netiq.com/support/sentinel/plugins/preview.html
>
> Click on 'Developer Kit'
>
> I installed Eclipse 4.4 and then added the plugin to it on my openSUSE
> 13.1 system and so far things are fine... no problems that I remember.
> If
> stuck on windows the installers at the link above actually use Eclipse
> 3.7
> as it is he tested version, but at least so far newer versions seem to
> work.
>
> --
> Good luck.
>
> If you find this post helpful and are logged into the web interface,
> show your appreciation and click on the star below...


Pras,

You are always welcome/encouraged to try out the standalone plugin with
a version of Eclipse and give us feedback if there are issues. I'm
personally running Eclipse 4.3. If you don't want to worry about
eclipse versions, the approach we recommend is just to install with our
MSI package, which provides a fully-tested pre-integrated eclipse
deployment.

We are looking to upgrade the version of eclipse in that package this
year, unfortunately it's not as straightforward as we'd like, because
Eclipse has this habit of deprecating functionality every release.
(it's quite annoying, actually).


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