Hey Jean -
The tools that form the 'integration stack' for JBoss should be installed from JBDSIS - it's easy. If you already have JBDS 8.0.0.GA
installed, the best way to get the Fuse Tooling (currently in beta for Luna) is through JBoss Central:
- start jbdevstudio
- select the Software/Update tab in the JBoss Central view
- check the 'Enable Early Access' checkbox
- select 'JBoss Integration and SOA Development' (this will give you both Fuse Tooling and SwitchYard)
If you'd rather use the Eclipse p2 installer:
- start jbdevstudio
- Help > Install New Software...
- use this for Location: https://devstudio.redhat.com/updates/8.0-development/integration-stack/
Let me know if you have any problems.
Thanks the problem is really weird.I have install jbdvs 8 and kepler then use JBoss Tools - All Downloads
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for the plugins and integration, this worked fine.then I did some other plugins installation, then I got back to the problem.hen I createa Fuse project blueprint type of project, after that I opened Cameel-spring project then designer for camel-context.xmlwas gone, I don't know if one has to activate this, this is the problem I am facing.tks
Just to double check what you did:
- you installed JBDS
- you installed Fuse Tooling on top of JBDS
- you created a Fuse Project
- you changed to the Fuse Tooling perspective?
- you opened the "Camel Contexts" folder under your new project (in the Fuse Tooling perspective)?
- you opened the context file with the correct editor?
If you did all the above then the editor should show up fine. Maybe you could elaborate a bit more detailed what the steps where you did?
Thanks in advance,
My friend you made my day.>you opened the context file with the correct editor?I didn't know that there was fuse editor, then I right clicked on came context then open it with Fuse editor then the designer was thereTks very much
Glad that it works for you now. I am still wondering though, why the Fuse Camel Editor wasn't the default editor for your context file.
Tks very much LarsI will check how to set it as the default editor.I am working on big jboss project can I ask question some times ?
Hi Lars.I am going to use camel integration, where I will deploy the app on Fuse esb, is it posible to use switchayard project to deploy on Fuse esb ?or in order to deploy Camel project on Fuse esb it has to be Fuse project ? because they use Camel bough.I am using ServiceWorks as well.Tks
may I ask what editor it actually opened up with by default for you ?
Hej MaxThe default editor was Android common editorTusind tak
I am wandering can swtichyard project be deploy on Fuse esb jboss-fuse-6.2.0.redhat-059 ?
ah - that explains it. Google unfortunately insists to have their xml editor marked as default for *all* xml (https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=28147)
The workaround is as you did, use the context menu to use Open With... and eclipse should use that the next time too for your file.
Tks LarsDo you have any idea if one has a Fuse esb jboss-fuse-6.2.0.redhat-059 server Then I can create a swtichyard project in jbds or in eclipse then deploy that project on jboss-fuse-6.2.0.redhat-059 ?or it has to be deploy on jboss-fsw-installer-6.0.0.GA ?Or to deploy on Fuse esb jboss-fuse-6.2.0.redhat-059 server the project has to be Fuse project type ?Tks