How to configure the development environment with Eclipse.

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Re: How to configure the development environment with Eclipse.

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Hi! @EddieMay,

Windows 10 and Eclipse (Eclipse IDE for Java and DSL Developers – 200- 03).

I have run with my admin account and it still produces the error.

Try testing if it is a permission problema on my machine. Thanks!

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@carloshc95  looking at your error it seems you are using windows and i assume you have already installed Docker Desktop for windows (https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-windows/release-notes/

Latest version can be downloaded from here just in case: https://download.docker.com/win/stable/Docker%20Desktop%20Installer.exe

Open poweshell and check following:

docker --version

docker-compose -version

Both should return version successfuly, which idicates installation was proper.

 

Have you created user account on docker hub? 

You must create a user account on docker hub and when you start Docker Desktop, you must login using the credentials you created. It will allow downloading alfresco/share and other images from docker hub (for community versions). 

Go to: https://hub.docker.com/signup?next=%2F%3Foverlay%3Donboarding to create an account.

To login, use powersehll or docker desktop signin option after user account creation. Posweshell login command shown below.

PS: docker login
		Authenticating with existing credentials...
		Stored credentials invalid or expired
		Username (xyz@gmail.com): xyz
		Password:
		Login Succeeded

https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/login/

Using docker desktop: https://www.docker.com/blog/using-docker-desktop-and-docker-hub-together-part-1/

Before starting with SDK4.x and docker based project, Installation of docker engine on your development environment and user account creation is pre-requisite. 

Understand the concept:
https://docs.alfresco.com/6.2/concepts/deploy-concepts.html

Visit here for more details: https://docs.alfresco.com/6.2/concepts/deploy-prereqs.html

If problem stil persists, then create a separate thread with the logs and steps you have followed.

Note that, java11 is mandatory to run the sdk based projects. See details on deploy-prereqs shared above.

 

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@viperboys @carloshc95 were you able to resolve the issue ?

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yes! thanks @abhinavmishra14 

 I managed to properly configure my Docker and I already have my Alfresco project. Now to develop my customizations

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thanks @carloshc95