Installation of the ELS61-E R2 with eclipse on Win7 | Thales IoT Developer Community
July 5, 2019 - 8:58am, 5521 views
Let me describe the operating environment:
1.OS: Windows 7 professional SP1 64 bit
2.Java JDK: jdk-7u80-windows-x64.exe
4.Module: ELS61-E R2
5.Java user's Guide: pls62_els61_els81_java_usersguide_v09.pdf
I refer to the Java user's guide to install the Eclipse. In the guide, you will see "IMP_NG_ELS_REMOTE1" and selest "set as default".
But, I cannot find it on my install Eclipse interface.
My windows environment variables is
C:\Program Files (x86)\Cinterion\CMTK\WTK
C:/Program Files (x86)/Cinterion/CMTK/WTK/lib/cldc_1.1.jar;
C:/Program Files (x86)/Cinterion/CMTK/WTK/lib/cwm_1.0.jar;
C:/Program Files (x86)/Cinterion/CMTK/WTK/lib/impng_1.0.jar;
C:/Program Files (x86)/Cinterion/CMTK/WTK/lib/jsr75_1.0.jar;
C:/Program Files (x86)/Cinterion/CMTK/WTK/lib/jsr177_1.0-crypto.jar;
C:/Program Files (x86)/Cinterion/CMTK/WTK/lib/jsr179_1.0.jar;
C:/Program Files (x86)/Cinterion/CMTK/WTK/lib/jsr280_1.0.jar
How can I solve this?
Thanks a lot.
In your last screenshoot go to "Manual Install" and select the folder where the CMTK was installed in your computer.
By the way the "Remote" is for debugging, you can compile with your actual settings
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The REMOTE1 devices are dedicated for remote debugging. They are needed to be confifured for the project if you want to run or debug your application directly from IDE (Eclipse, Netbeans). When you install Cinterion SDK you are requested to connect the module and then the debug connection for the module is installed. Maybe this problem has something to do with debug connections which have not been properly installed. If this is the case you can run the debug connection installation again. If the debug connections were installed, please try manual installation option in Eclipse.
Yes, I already connected device and switched on when I installed Eclipse but result was failure. Could you teach me how to manual installation option in Eclipse? TKS.
There are two things to do - installation of a debug connection and manual installation of wireless toolkit in Eclipse.
For the first one you can open the provided Cinterion SDK package and find 'Installer' folder. There you will see debug connection setups. Please start setup for your module (which should be connected, powered on and not used by other applicaions like terminals). If the installation succeeds you can go over to Eclipse and try manual installation button visible on your screens.
If anything fails, please share the details.
Thanks for your reply but result was failed. I re-install debug connection setups. After a while, the system detected ELS61-E R2.
I tried manual installation button of Eclipse and got some information.
when I click "finish button", I still cannot see "IMP_NG_ELS_REMOTE1" on my screen.
please give me some advices. Thanks a lot.
please let me know, during manual installation did you have your module connected to PC? Was ****m port not occupied by any terminal? Normally can you send AT commands over the ****m port? Do you have active firewall on your PC? Could you please check with disabled firewall? Also please try with inserted SIM card that is not pin protected and ensure that following parameters in SCFG command are set to std:
It is important even during establishing connection over the usb.
Thank you for your advice. I found the root cause. I modified windows environment variables and reinstalled. The result is OK.
I add environment variables:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.7.0_25
It took me a lot of time and testing.
Thanks for your help.
thanks for the information about how you resolved it. Great it works now!