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I'm experiencing same issue. Installed OEP is version 18.104.22.168.
Eclipse version is:
Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers.
Version: Indigo Service Release 2
Build id: 20120216-1857
And the worst part is that I have the Eclipse JDT installed:
ID = org.eclipse.jdt.feature.group
Specific error I get is:
Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software being installed: Oracle CEP Tools 22.214.171.12411115-1500 (com.bea.wlevs.eclipse.tools.feature.feature.group 126.96.36.19911115-1500)
Missing requirement: Oracle CEP Tools 188.8.131.5211115-1500 (com.bea.wlevs.eclipse.tools.feature.feature.group 184.108.40.20611115-1500) requires 'org.eclipse.jdt.feature.group [3.6.0,3.7.0)' but it could not be found
Is it potentially because the OEP plug-in can't recognize version 3.7.2 of the JDT? I'm looking for prior versions now to test this theory...can't identify the archive site yet...
UPDATE: no joy yet. I'm starting to wonder if the OEP Eclipse plug-in actually works on 64 bit Linux. I noticed on the download site that Oracle points you to the 32 bit Eclipse download, even though I've selected 64 bit Linux. 32 bit Eclipse doesn't make sense for a 64 bit OS...underlying packages won't be there and in fact Eclipse won't launch as a result.
Edited by: Eyeballs on Apr 22, 2013 9:52 PM
Finally figured it out...not what I expected. I kept the 64 bit Linux, Java and Eclipse versions. What I did differently was not to use the download.oracle.com site to install the OEP plugin. The download site only has up to version 3.6 of the plug-in, however, version 3.7 of the plug-in is copied to your system when you install OEP. When you select to Install New Software, add your site, but select the local box on the right.
Then browse to this folder:
When you do this, you'll see version 3.7 of the OEP plugin is discovered and it'll install successfully.
Kudo's to this blog for guiding me to the answer:
Which Developer's Guide are you looking at? I'm looking at version 220.127.116.11 and it says nothing about using the plug-in packaged with the local install. It directs you to the download.oracle.com site via the Install New Software option:
If there's a newer one, please let me know, just using what I found on our Documentation page at Oracle.com.