Nobody had the same problem? How did you integrate Fuse ESB into Eclipse?
>Didn't work because classworld-1.0.1.jar is missed but in the lib-directory version >1.1. Same problem with 3.3.13
We are currently working on an update for this issue.
>Then I read that JBI Tools was declared as deprecated because of porting it to >Ganymede and that one has to consider the Integration Designer. So now I'm >very confused. Can anybody tell me what to install for which version?
Right now it depends very much on what you are attempting to do - if you are constructing Service Units and Service Assemblies, the JBI Tools are what you need - we'll be updating them very soon to fix the classworlds incompatibility.
If you want to develop Enterprise Integration Diagrams and Web Services, then the FUSE Integration Designer is where to go.
We'll be merging the two sets of capabilities to remove this confusion, but it will take some time to do that.
>And what's with the issue that both can't be installed in the same Eclipse? And >what is the difference?
The answer to this can be found in the FAQ
I agree it's not clear what to do from the information you can find on the Wiki. I'll update it to hopefully inject some clarity into the situation.
One thing that might be useful for you would be a video tutorial that one of our consultants has put together on 'ServiceMix Performance' - it has a section on how to create JBI project using Maven and Eclipse using archetypes.
Direct link to video: http://fusesource.com/resources/video-archived-webinars/fuse-esb-performance-video