I just tried to install the Tool in Galileo. The installation fails with this error:
Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software currently installed: Adobe Component Development Tool 9.5.0 (com.adobe.livecycle.cde.feature.group 9.5.0)
Missing requirement: Dsc Plug-in 9.5.0.v201005040303 (com.adobe.livecycle.workbench.dsc 9.5.0.v201005040303) requires 'bundle org.mortbay.jetty 5.1.14' but it could not be found
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: Adobe Component Development Tool 9.5.0 (com.adobe.livecycle.cde.feature.group 9.5.0)
To: com.adobe.livecycle.workbench.dsc [9.5.0.v201005040303]
Thanks for cheking it out. We have seen this dependency problem before. If you install WTP in your Eclipse environment, that should fix it I believe. There are config instructions for Ecliplse 3.4 users on the configuration details page.
We found that the jetty plug in seems to get included as a result of installing, GEF, EMF and WTP on a standard Ecliplse. While it works for some, others have started reporting the same missing dependency error that you are finding too.
So we are going to stage a new build of the tool (within a day or so) that does not have any dependency on Jetty or even WTP. These were actually atrifacts from the orginal envornment we used to build & test the Plug-in. They are not actually needed at run time for this distribution. Thanks for reporting the install problem and we hope that you can try out the new drop once I announce it on the Forum.
with the new version I was able to install the plugin. Thanks!
Now I am facing the next problem: when I try to start the wizard, this error occurs:
The selected wizard could not be started.
Plug-in com.adobe.livecycle.cde was unable to load class com.adobe.livecycle.cde.wizard.CdeWizard.
Bad version number in .class file
Thanks for letting us know. Please make sure that your JAVA_HOME is set if JDK1.6 and even running a 'java -version" test on your Windows command line uses the JDK1.6 /bin directory set in your PATH. Also make sure that your default JRE in Eclipse is pointing to JDK 1.6. I hope that helps.