Upgrading CM WebClient v1.6.x to CM WebClient v1.8.x
- Download com.adcaustin.webclient.WebClientPlugin-1.8.jar.
Note: The new WebClient plugin version "1.8.7" requires Eclipse from 2020-03 (4.15.0) onwards.
- Close your eclipse application. Delete the old version of your WebClient Plugin
Builder from eclipse/plugin folder and copy the new one that folder.
- To check whether the Plugin Builder is installed properly.
Help → About Eclipse → Click on Installation Details → Sort Plug-in Id column in ascending order
- Download WebClient-1.8.zip. Do not need to extract.
- Open your workspace with Eclipse.
- Close WebClient project in your workspace.
- Delete WebClient project from your workspace and directory.
- Import WebClient 1.8.0.
File → Import → select Existing Projects into Workspace → Select archive file and browse to the directory where you save your download.
- Click Finish.
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