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The BPS tooling plug-in is based on WSO2 Developer Studio Kernel, which gives the capabilities of a complete Eclipse-based development environment for the BPS. You can develop services, features and artifacts and manage their links and dependencies through a simplified graphical editor. 

You can install multiple WSO2 product plug-ins on top of the same Eclipse instance.

There are 3 possible ways to install the tooling plug-in. 

Install the plug-in with pre-packaged Eclipse

On the WSO2 BPS product page, click Tooling and then download the distribution according to your operating system under the Eclipse JavaEE Mars + BPS Tooling 3.6.0 section.

Install the plug-in on Eclipse Mars2 using the P2 URL

  1. Make sure you have Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Mars 2) distribution installed.
  2. Open Eclipse and click Help > Install New Software.
  3. On the dialog box that appears, click Add.
  4. Give "BPS Tooling" as the name, enter http://builder1.us1.wso2.org/~developerstudio/developer-studio-kernel/4.1.0/bps-tooling/releases/ as the location and click OK.
  5. You will get the packages in the remote P2 Repo. Select all the check boxes and click Next.

    When installing multiple WSO2 product plug-ins in the same Eclipse instance, you do not need to select the Developer Studio Kernel check boxes each time.

  6. Read and accept the license agreements and click Finish.

  7. If a security warning appears saying that the authenticity or validity of the software cannot be established, click OK.

  8. Restart Eclipse to complete the installation.

Install the plug-in on Eclipse Mars2 using the P2.zip file

  1. Make sure you have Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Mars 2) distribution installed.
  2. Download the P2.zip file.
  3. Open Eclipse and click Help > Install New Software.
  4. On the dialog box that appears, click Add.
  5. Give BPS Tool as the name and click Archive.
  6. Navigate to the downloaded .zip file and click OK.
  7. Select all the check boxes and click Next.
  8. Read and accept the license agreements and click Finish.

  9. If a security warning appears saying that the authenticity or validity of the software cannot be established, click OK.

  10. Restart Eclipse to complete the installation.
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