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cannot install with Spring tool suite 3.1. here is the error
Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency.
Software being installed: Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 2.1.1.201210010857 (oracle.eclipse.tools.juno.oepe.product.feature.group 2.1.1.201210010857)
Software being installed: Spring IDE Core (required) 3.1.0.201210040510-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group 3.1.0.201210040510-RELEASE)
Only one of the following can be installed at once:
Spring IDE UI 2.9.2.201205070117-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.ui 2.9.2.201205070117-RELEASE)
Spring IDE UI 3.1.0.201210040510-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.ui 3.1.0.201210040510-RELEASE)
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 2.1.1.201210010857 (oracle.eclipse.tools.juno.oepe.product.feature.group 2.1.1.201210010857)
To: oracle.eclipse.tools.juno.spring.feature.group [2.1.1.201210010857]
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: Oracle Spring Tools 2.1.1.201210010857 (oracle.eclipse.tools.juno.spring.feature.group 2.1.1.201210010857)
To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group [2.9.0,2.10.0)
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: Spring IDE Core (required) 2.9.2.201205070117-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group 2.9.2.201205070117-RELEASE)
To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.ui [2.9.2.201205070117-RELEASE]
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: Spring IDE Core (required) 3.1.0.201210040510-RELEASE (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.feature.feature.group 3.1.0.201210040510-RELEASE)
To: org.springframework.ide.eclipse.ui [3.1.0.201210040510-RELEASE]

Although JDeveloper is a great product, I find its integration with WebLogic and other J2EE technologies is not what I would expect for JDeveloper, for example, the Application Server Explorer is really limited, and because of that feature (and a few others) I started looking for options.

I have been a long time Eclipse lover, so when I found this pack I immediately tried it, and then after a couple of days I have switched completely to Eclipse Indigo, it really makes so easy to work with many of the J2EE technologies in general as well as with many specific Oracle technologies.