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hmahesh's picture

When I tried to intall IBM MobileFirst Platform studio in Eclipse Luna SR2(4.4.2) on Mac. I got the following error

Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software being installed: IBM Dojo Mobile Tools (
Missing requirement: IBM MobileFirst Platform Studio ( requires 'org.apache.commons.collections4 [4.0.0]' but it could not be found
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: IBM Dojo Mobile Tools (
To: 7.1.0
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: IBM MobileFirst Platform Studio (
To: 7.1.0

Please help

mdeuser's picture

Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. APAR PI54604 was created and a fix is in progress. Please follow and/or directly comment on stackoverflow (question #34428545) for subsequent information about this fix and workaround.

mkaureha's picture

Hi, I'd install Luna SR2 (4.4.2) and dragged mobile fist platform studio using "install" option. Mobile first platform installed successfully but it is showing error in messages.json, seems like missing double quote so string has not closed properly. Please help me to get updated mobile first version for my eclipse.
Manmeet Kaur

bhampson's picture

This issue is fixed via APAR PI52202. More information can be found on stackoverflow

bhampson's picture

If you need further help, please work through stackoverflow. Thanks.

gchawla's picture

Hi I am trying to enter the URL - in help menu but getting no repository found due to which I am not able to download Work Light Studio. Please help

bhampson's picture

Check to ensure you have one of the supported versions/editions of eclipse installed; other versions/editions may not work. Then the easiest way to install is to open up a clean eclipse environment and drag/drop the install button (top left side of this Eclipse Marketplace page) onto your eclipse workspace. This will cause the install to start; follow all prompts after that. I just tried it with Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers, Version: Luna Service Release 1 (4.4.1), and it worked fine.