I am using Vista Premium 32. I have installed Netbeans v6 for use with java. I cannot get the UML plugin to activate. I
have removed the plugin and added it again after a reboot. I have downloaded the package which includes UML and the
package that doesn't include it and then installed it separately both give the same problem.
I am running it on an acer 5630 laptop with some Acer admin software that came with it could this be causing a conflict
or is it a known issue with vista.
I have been running NB 6.0 with UML on Vista for several months now. I just tried a new install of 6.0.1 this morning
and it also works fine. In both cases, I installed the JavaSE version of NetBeans and added UML via Tools -> Plugins.
Note, I have administrator privileges set on my account and I turn user account control off. The plugin manager does
not work correctly with user account control turned on.
Is there an UML4 folder in you installdir? The path will be something like C:\Program Files\NetBeans 6.0.1\uml4.
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Thanks for the advice I have done this. Iam now getting the following error message:
Activation failed: Not all requested modules can be enabled: [StandardModule:org.netbeans.modules.uml.kit jarFile:
Required modules for plugin UML to complete activation: module org.netbeans.modules.uml/1 > 1.1 module
org.netbeans.modules.uml/1 > 1.2 module org.netbeans.modules.uml/1 > 1.2.0
When I got myself into this situation, the only way I could get out was to completely uninstall netbeans via Control
Panel -> Programs & Features. I also removed all netbeans related folders in my home directory, e.g. .nbi, .netbeans,
.netbeans-derby. Then I was able to reinstall and add the uml plugin.
Let me know if this works.
I have everything you suggested and thats fixed it thanks for your help.
Cool! Thanks for your perseverance.
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