but is is on the classparth? I cannot simulate this problem
I extracted the file jbpm-3.1-alpha1.jar from org.jpbm.core_3.0.4.jar and added it to the project as an external jar in the Java Build path. This fixed my problem. The org.jpbm.core_3.0.4.jar file was already in the Java Build Path but it doesn't seem like the class jar files in there are visible to eclipse.
Did you use the site or the feature installation? Or did the project already exist before you installed the 3.0.4 plugin?
I extracted the zip file to the eclipse directory. I didn't use the update feature.
Getting the same problem. Did the "Find and Install..." dialog. This worked fine, but I continue to get resolution issues.
I did as the other user -- refrerenced the core file individually. This fixes the "jbpm.org" resolution, but does not fix jUnit and other references.
I'm using Starter's Kit v. 3.0.1 download. My Eclipse "plugins" folder contains four folders related to jBPM -- core, db, help, and ui. My "features" folder contains a single folder -- "org.jbpm.feature_3.0.2".
Any ideas? Please let me know if you need more information.
What Eclipse version are you using?
I have to say, I had similar problems with the gpd releases 3.0.1 and 3.0.2: classpath problems and so on. Updating/Installing through the eclipse ui didn't work very well either.
I did not search too long for a solution though as the basic process editing features worked (maybe I had to add some libs to the project's classpath, can't remember).
However, I installed release 3.0.4 with the eclipse install ui without any problems last week.
So, it's an easy way out, but you might want to try the most recent release. The graph editor works better too : ).
This is with Eclipse 3.1 (Build id: I20050627-1435) btw.