You want to use Eclipse 4.2, which is Juno. The instructions on that page are for SY 0.8 and you are installing SY 0.7:
SwitchYard Editor 0.7.0.v20130109-0353-H243-CI
Get the offline site assembly from here:
I downloaded SwitchYard 0.8 zip and added it to Available Software Sites. Then I clicked Reload button to update the software and I got 'No repository found...' error message. I checked the location of zip file and it is correct.
Please find the attached screenshot.
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That's because you downloaded the wrong zip. Go with the site assembly.
The plugins in the editor feature were rolled into the main "SwitchYard" feature in 0.8. From 0.8 on, there is no editor feature, but if you're using the composite update site (i.e. the one with 0.7, 0.8 and 1.0), you will continue to see this feature. It is safe to simply deselect it if you are installing any version past 0.7.
Hope that helps. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The error message provided by me in the screenshot is incomplete (the scrollbar appeared disabled to me and I did not scroll to see the entire message... my bad) The error was occurring primarily due to missing library. I have attached a screeshot with the entire message. Below is what I did to resolve the issue:
I added following sites to Available Software Sites so that eclipse is able to download and resolve dependencies at runtime while installing switchyard:
Downloaded offline switchyard-site-assembly-0.8.0.Final.zip from http://www.jboss.org/switchyard/downloads
In Eclipse -> Help -> Install New Software... -> Add -> Archive... Selected the zip and installed it successfully.
Thanks for your help.
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Thank you for your suggestion Rob but I have already found a fix. I have posted the fix.