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Friday, October 19, 2018 - 11:46
kmaiti's picture

Dear,

During adding the server, I need to signup to Pivotal API. If i go for the free trial, then it's chargeable ? Is there anyway I can develop and build and deploy my Java/Spring application to Could Foundry ?

Thanks,
Koushik

mlippert's picture

There are multiple versions and variants of Cloud Foundry running on public clouds and their pricing and free plans vary. The Pivotal Web Services version (http://run.pivotal.io/) is free for some trial period. So you can sign up for that free trial and deploy your Java/Spring app there. But you can't run your app forever for free on PWS. Others like IBM Bluemix might serve different free plans. Hope this helps!

lloizides's picture

I can't install this in Spring Tool Suite... I've tried older versions and manually as well. Always throws the same dependency error:

Cannot complete the install because some dependencies are not satisfiable
Software being installed: Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse 1.8.3.201506161740-RELEASE (org.cloudfoundry.ide.eclipse.server.feature.group 1.8.3.201506161740-RELEASE)
Software currently installed: Cloud Foundry Tools Core 1.0.0.v201511252324 (org.eclipse.cft.server.core.feature.feature.group 1.0.0.v201511252324)
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: Cloud Foundry Tools Core 1.0.0.v201511252324 (org.eclipse.cft.server.core.feature.feature.group 1.0.0.v201511252324)
To: org.cloudfoundry.ide.eclipse.server.feature.group 0.0.0

mlippert's picture

It looks like you already have the newer version of the Cloud Foundry Tools for Eclipse installed. It comes pre-installed with STS and it looks like you already have the latest version (Cloud Foundry Tools Core 1.0.0.v201511252324 ) installed. Do you see the Cloud Foundry server definition (under the Pivotal category) if you try to create a new server definition in your STS?

souradiptobhattacharya's picture

HI,

I have installed Cloud Foundry Integration for Eclipse 1.6.1, but when trying to create Dynamic web project I am not getting target runtime "Cloud Foundry (runtime) v1.0". Please help. What do I need to install or configure?

Please help, I am new to java development or eclipse IDE.

thanks!

mlippert's picture

What happens if you drag&drop your project onto the cf server entry in your servers view?

lhenry's picture

I use myeclipse,WTP servers defines new server ,but have no VMware contains Cloud Foundry .

mlippert's picture

In case you have the latest version installed, you should see the entry for "Cloud Foundry" in the "Pivotal" category.