- From the menu: Help->Software Updates
- Click Add site…
- Enter the the Spring IDE update site url: http://springide.org/updatesite/site.xml
- Click Ok
- Check the box next to Sprint IDE Update Site
- Expand Sprint IDE Update Site
- Expand Dependencies
- Uncheck Spring IDE Dependencies (only for Eclipse 3.2.x)
- Expand Integrations
- Uncheck Spring Mylyn Integration (optional)
- Click Install
- Screen will show no unresolved dependencies
- Click Next >
- Select I accept the terms of the license agreement
- Click Finish
Comment from: Ajit [Visitor]
Comment from: Anil [Visitor]
Hi, I am geeting an error after step 5. the error is: ” No repository found at http://springide.org/updatesite/site.xml Error reading update site http://springide.org/updatesite/site.xml. Connection timed out: connect “.
So i got an archive zip file. But if i still get an error when i try to open the zip file from eclipse. The error is : No repository found at jar:file:D:\applications\spring-ide_2.0.6_v200806241357.zip!/
Can i just upzip the file and put the plugins manually?
Comment from: [Member]
Time out - maybe you should just try again later.
Here is not the place to ask for support. Comments are supposed to add to the article. If you want support then talk to the spring people and tell them there web site is down.
The update site address is correct and, by magic, it’s working again.
Comment from: Mauricio Nagaoka [Visitor]
Comment from: vbose [Visitor]
I am getting the following error while installing Spring IDE 2.0.6 in Eclipse 3.4
Cannot complete the request. See the details.
Cannot find a solution satisfying the following requirements Match[requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.apache.commons.logging/[1.1.1.v20080605-1935,1.1.1.v20080605-1935]].
Comment from: Himanshu [Visitor]
When you try to install Spring IDE you would be getting Install screen with message Review and confirm that the checked items will be installed.
Uncheck Spring IDE Dependencies (only for Eclipse 3.2.x) option and click on Next button to proceed with installation.
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Comment from: Spring Newbie [Visitor]
for the error: Cannot complete the request. See the details. Cannot find a solution satisfying the following requirements Match[requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.jdt.apt.core/[3.3.101.R34x_v20080902-1220,3.3.101.R34x_v20080902-1220]].
Disable both , the Spring IDE Mylyn Integration and the Spring IDE AJDT Integration
Comment from: Kavitha [Visitor]
Here is the Solution…
Go to Eclispe menu
1) Help -> “Software Update”
2) Click on Add site and add “http://springide.org/updatesite”
3) Click Ok
4) Now expand “SpringIDE Update Site”
5) Expand “Integrations” and Uncheck the below
a)”Spring IDE AJDT integration (optional)”
b)”Spring IDE Mylyn Integration (optional)”
6) Expand “Resources” and uncheck
a)”Spring IDE Mylyn Integrations Sources”
7) Click “Install”
8) Click “Next”
9) Select “I accept the terms and cond…”
10) Click “Finish”
You are all set to go…Happy SPRINGing!
Comment from: pradeep [Visitor]
Comment from: Six [Visitor]
“Cannot complete the request. See the details.”
Worst case - If you’re unable to add them ALL SPRING submodules at one go - try adding them one at a time (top to bottom) - ie
- Install Spring core ID
- Install Extensions
- Install Resources
This worked for me!!!
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Comment from: [Member]
Although SpringIDE and Eclipse are still together the majority of the Spring Framework’s development time is going into Spring Tool Suite (STS). STS is a real joining of Eclipse and Spring with all the other plugins you would need pre-installed and pre-configured. In most cases it works out of the box. See: http://www.bigsoft.co.uk/blog/index.php/2009/12/31/reporting-bugs-in-spring-tool-suite
So I would suggest that you download that first then add any other Eclipse plugins you want to that.
Comment from: Deepak [Visitor]
I tried to add this “http://dist.springframework.org/release/IDE/site.xml” its giving me following error
No repository found at http://dist.springframework.org/release/IDE/site.xml
Error reading update site http://dist.springframework.org/release/IDE/site.xml.
Connection timed out: connect
Comment from: Anita [Visitor]
I tried to add this “http://springide.org/updatesite” and “http://dist.springframework.org/release/IDE/site.xml” its giving me following error
No repository found at http://springide.org/updatesite and http://dist.springframework.org/release/IDE/site.xml
Comment from: Ramesh [Visitor]
Comment from: Bharath [Visitor]
http://springide.org/updatesite is not worked for me
but From the menu: Help->Software Updates Click Add site… Enter the the Spring IDE update site url: http://dist.springframework.org/release/IDE/site.xml Click Ok Check the box next to Sprint IDE Update Site Expand Sprint IDE Update Site Expand Dependencies Uncheck Spring IDE Dependencies (only for Eclipse 3.2.x) Expand Integrations Uncheck Spring Mylyn Integration (optional) Click Install Screen will show no unresolved dependencies Click Next > Select I accept the terms of the license agreement Click Finish
Comment from: pankaj [Visitor]
i have tried with http://dist.springframework.org/release/IDE/site.xml, http://springide.org/updatesite, http://springide.org/updatesite-dev and http://springide.org/updatesite/site.xml
i get same error –> Repository not found.
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