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Actually, this is quite simple. But a few people asked me because they had some issues when installing the GWPA plugin in eclipse. So here is the way which works for me without any problem.

  1. Download and install Java (JRE or JDK)
    http://www.java.com/de/download/manual.jsp
    You can choose either 32bit or 64bit version…
  2. Download and extract eclipse Juno (Make sure that the version is Juno). I prefer the Edition for Java EE Developer
    http://eclipse.org/downloads/packages/release/juno/sr2
    02_Download_eclipse.png
    The version you are choosing (32bit or 64bit) has to match your installed Java version (see step 1).
  3. Start eclipse and choose “Help” > “Install new software”
    03_eclipse_Install_new_software.png
  4. Use URL to load plugins: https://tools.hana.ondemand.com/juno
    Then select only the component “Toolkit for Integration Gateway (GWPA, Developer Edition)” and click on Next.
    04_eclipse_Install_Toolkit.png
  5. eclipse will automatically find out the Dependencies which are required for this component, confirm this and start the installation.
    05_eclipse_Dpendencies.png
  6. Accept the upcoming permission message and restart eclipse after successful installation.
  7. In eclipse open Window > Preferences > OData Development > Integration Gateway
    and specify the address of your SMP server plus admin port (default 8083) with user and password. Click on “Test Connection” button to verify that your SMP server can be reached and that the provided user and password are correct.
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  8. Then you can start using the “Integration Gateway Toolkit” by choosing File > New > Other… > OData Development
    06_eclipse_OData_Development.png
  9. You finished installing the GWPA plugin and can start your Service Implementation Project now…
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  1. Mayur Dharukiya

    Hi Marvin,

    is it possible to create OData Service required from the Scratch or say combining multiple SOAP and Rest services, customize it and then develop new OData Service. We are encountering variety of back-ends including custom non-sap applications/portals. How to connect to NON-SAP WeB Portals and other custom web apps through integration gateway?

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  2. Mayur Dharukiya

    I am using SMP Cloud and specified cloud URL and cloud credentials but my authorization failed.

    let  me know if i have to give any other credentials for cloud.i have tried all default credentials but that did not wok.

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  3. Mayur Dharukiya

    Guys i am using SMP Cloud and i have successfully installed Eclipse Plugins. I am passing my S user id, password and Cloud URL but i am not able to connect through Eclipse. It says Authorization not correct.

    Anybody knows any work around or should i use different credentials?

    Regards,
    Mayur

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  4. prasad sistla

    hello,

    not able to install the Toolkit for Integration Gateway. here is the log reason.

    let me know is there any new version available with respect to my Eclipse Juno?

    LOGs:

    Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency.

      Software being installed: Toolkit for Integration Gateway (GWPA, Developer Edition) 1.1.1 (com.sap.odata.dt.framework.sap.smp.feature.feature.group 1.1.1)

      Software currently installed: Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers 1.5.1.20120917-1257 (epp.package.jee 1.5.1.20120917-1257)

      Only one of the following can be installed at once:

        Eclipse IDE UI 3.8.1.v20120828-165804 (org.eclipse.ui.ide 3.8.1.v20120828-165804)

        Eclipse IDE UI 3.8.2.v20121106-165923 (org.eclipse.ui.ide 3.8.2.v20121106-165923)

        Eclipse IDE UI 3.8.0.v20120521-2329 (org.eclipse.ui.ide 3.8.0.v20120521-2329)

      Cannot satisfy dependency:

        From: Toolkit for Integration Gateway (GWPA, Developer Edition) 1.1.1 (com.sap.odata.dt.framework.sap.smp.feature.feature.group 1.1.1)

        To: com.sap.odata.dt.framework.sap.smp.util [1.1.1]

      Cannot satisfy dependency:

        From: The Toolkit for Integration Gateway Util 1.1.1 (com.sap.odata.dt.framework.sap.smp.util 1.1.1)

        To: bundle org.eclipse.ui.ide 3.8.2

      Cannot satisfy dependency:

        From: Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers 1.5.1.20120917-1257 (epp.package.jee 1.5.1.20120917-1257)

        To: org.eclipse.epp.package.jee.feature.feature.group [1.5.1.20120917-1257]

      Cannot satisfy dependency:

        From: Java EE IDE Feature 1.5.1.20120917-1257 (org.eclipse.epp.package.jee.feature.feature.group 1.5.1.20120917-1257)

        To: org.eclipse.platform.feature.group [4.2.1.v20120814-120134-9JF7BHVGFyMveli1uX6aTH0q-eAap6PAgOP5mO]

      Cannot satisfy dependency:

        From: Eclipse Platform 4.2.1.v20120814-120134-9JF7BHVGFyMveli1uX6aTH0q-eAap6PAgOP5mO (org.eclipse.platform.feature.group 4.2.1.v20120814-120134-9JF7BHVGFyMveli1uX6aTH0q-eAap6PAgOP5mO)

        To: org.eclipse.ui.ide [3.8.1.v20120828-165804]

    regards,

    Prasad

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    1. Carlos Roggan

      Hi Prasad,

      I’m using eclipse-jee-juno-SR2-win32-x86_64.zip

      have you tried with a fresh new installation of eclipse (in a separate location, so you don’t need to remove your existing installation) and then installing the gwpa?

      Regards,

      Carlos

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