I have already downloaded openkm Dev and placed it on C:,
I also have downloaded eclipse-jee-juno-SR1-win32
I watched the video.. it seems like in Eclipse marketplace.. I dont see Maven Integration for Eclipse WTP..etc thats why I
Just followed this : it is found here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8620 ... stallation
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IF you want to install Maven in Eclipse(Java EE) Indigo Then follow these Steps : Eclipse -> Help -> Install New Software. Type " http://download.eclipse.org/releases/indigo/ " & Hit Enter. Expand " Collaboration " tag. Select Maven plugin from there. Click on next . Accept the agreement & click finish. After installing the maven it will ask for restarting the Eclipse,So restart the eclipse again to see the changes.
That's why I followed this:
-Unzip the file to an empty folder somewhere, remember that folder In Eclipse,
-go to Help/Install New Software…
-Click “Add…” to add a new site
-In the window, click on “Local…” and choose the folder where you unzipped the site before. The result in the Location field should -look like file:/C:/ theUnzipFolder/
Click OK, choose all available packages to install, and continue the installation as usual
When I try checking out source from Subversion.. (I used this http://svn.code.sf.net/p/openkm/code/branches/6.3/)
I encountered an error.
Please see the attached photo.
How to fix??
***I also tried it in eclipse-jee-indigo-SR2-win32
I got the same error. ***