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<title>BPEL Designer Update Site</title>
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<h1 class="main" style="clear: both;">Eclipse BPEL Designer Update Site</h1>
To simplest way to install the designer is through the Eclipse Update mechanism. You
can get to it from the eclipse <b>Help -&gt; Software Updates -&gt; Find and Install ...</b>
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<img src="web/install.gif">
You need a build of <b>3.4</b> (Ganymede) <a href="">Eclipse SDK</a>
for your platform and that's it. Then define a new Eclipse update site with the
following location:
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Please note that the update from this location will include all the necessary
Eclipse components that are needed to run the BPEL Designer. Things like EMF, GEF, JEM,
and WST. If you have these already installed then most likely nothing besides the BPEL
designer will be installed.
Eclipse version 3.4 was used for the most recent build.
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