Saturday, September 12, 2015

Install Oozie Eclipse Plugin

  1. System minor requirements
    1. Java 8
    2. Eclipse Luna SR2
  2. Open Eclipse
  3. Go to plugin page at Eclipse Marketplace in your web browser (say Chrome)


  4. Hover over the install icon and drag it


  5. Move to Eclipse window and drop the icon there
  6. Wait till the Eclipse Marketplace Client window shows up


  7. Select the plugin and press Confirm >
  8. Choose "I accept the terms of the license agreement" and press Finish


  9. When you asked "Do you trust these certificates?", check-mark the certificate "Ahmed Mahran; Oozie Eclipse Plugin; Mashin" and press OK


  10. Restart Eclipse to be able to use the plugin


  11. If you get errors during installation, check the following post(s):

13 comments:

  1. I found your this post while searching for some related information on blog search...Its a good post..keep posting and update the information. filme

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  2. Hi, I have install the Plugin as mentioned here. But still i can not see the "Apache Oozie" category when i click File -> New -> Other...

    Please help

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    1. What version of Eclipse do you use?

      Can you confirm that the plugin is installed? For example, in Eclipse Luna, go to Help -> Installation Details and search for "oozie"

      Check this link as well https://wiki.eclipse.org/FAQ_How_do_I_find_out_what_plug-ins_have_been_installed%3F

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    2. I've got the same problem, I can't view the Apache Oozie within the Editors list neither within the File->New->Other menu.
      Have you resolved your problem since ?
      I've tried Eclipse Luna SR2 (and Mars) with Java8 as expected, but without any success.

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    3. Can you check whether the plugin is among the installed plugins you have or not? For example, in Eclipse Luna, go to Help -> Installation Details and search for "oozie"

      Check this link as well https://wiki.eclipse.org/FAQ_How_do_I_find_out_what_plug-ins_have_been_installed%3F

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    4. Please install java 8 which is min requirement

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  3. Yes the plugin is installed.
    The "oozie" filter shows me :
    Oozie Eclipse Plugin 0.3.4.201602061635 io.mashin.oep.feature.feature.group mashin

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    1. Please, check this question on stackoverflow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2697882/plugins-installed-on-eclipse-not-visible

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  4. I installed the plugin, or atleast tried and during install, it errored out with below error. This was on Eclipse Luna.

    Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
    Software being installed: Oozie Eclipse Plugin 0.3.4.201602061635 (io.mashin.oep.feature.feature.group 0.3.4.201602061635)
    Missing requirement: Oozie Eclipse Plugin 0.3.4.201602061635 (io.mashin.oep.feature.feature.group 0.3.4.201602061635) requires 'org.eclipse.gef 3.10.0' but it could not be found

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  6. I have installed the plugin but i cannot find the view for it. Plugin shows in the installation details.

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  7. When I click "Confirm" it complains "No repository found at http://oep.mashin.io/update-site". Can you please help?

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