I can work around my problem going into
then General/Editors/File Associations...
and adding entries for gpd.xml and processdefinition.xml and making JBPM the default.
Maybe, GPD doesn't play well with MyEclipse.
Big chance. Did you try it without myeclipse or installing them in a different order?
Yes. I tried different things...
It worked without MyEclipse installed.
Installing before or after MyEclipse did not make a difference. The editor was still not available.
But, manually setting the file associations seemed to work around the problem.
I am having a similar problem. I just get the gpd.xml or or processdefinition.xml files open to edit in a grid or source editor. The design editor never comes up. When I go into the file associations and try to associate with the GPD, I do not see that choice for an editor. What am I missing here?? I am also using myEclipse 4.0 with Eclipse 3.1. Tks. Jeff....
This is how I added the file associations...
1. Goto the Windows\Preferences menu...
2. Open General
3. Open Editors
4. Select "File Associations"
5. Select Add...
6. Type processdefinition.xml...then OK
7. Now look in the "Associated Editors" selections, if "Test jBPM Editor" is not in the list then select Add...and add it.
8. Now select "Test jBPM Editor" and hit the Default button.
"Test jBPM Editor" should now be your default editor for processdefinition.xml
Report the same steps for gpd.xml
It doesn't give me a warm and fuzzy to see the editor listed as "Test" jBPM editor.
Hope this helps.
It doesn't give me a warm and fuzzy to see the editor listed as "Test" jBPM editor
You're right. I have fixed this already, but I don't remember if it was released in 3.0.2. Which release are you using?
Okay then it will definitely be changed for the next release ;-)
That works. Thanks for you help. Jeff....