The TestArchitect plug-in can be installed into the
Eclipse IDE using the Help menu in Eclipse, or the
Tools menu in TestArchitect.
Integration between TestArchitect™ and the Eclipse™ has been deprecated since TestArchitect
version 8.3 Update 2
Ensure that your system meets the following software requirements:
- Installation of a
Mars, Luna, Kepler, Juno, Indigo, or Helios version of Eclipse.
- A functional Eclipse development environment.
- TestArchitect plug-in file for Eclipse is available.
Assuming TestArchitect is installed, plug-in file,
TAEclipsePlugin.zip, can be found at
Important: Since TestArchitect version 8.3, the TestArchitect Eclipse plug-in works with JDK versions
from 1.8.0 to
You have two options for installing the Eclipse plug-in:
Option 1: Install the Eclipse plug-in using the Eclipse
If it is not already running, launch Eclipse.
From the Eclipse main menu, select
The .Install dialog box appears.
In the top-right corner, click Add.
In the Add Repository dialog box, enter the name of the
plug-in in the Name text field.
Click Archive and browse to the location of the plug-in file
Choose the plug-in TAEclipsePlugin.zip and click
Open to add the plug-in file path to the
Location text field in the Add
Repository dialog box.
In the Available Software dialog box, select the
com.logigear.testarchitect check box.
Clear the Contact all update sites during install to find required
software check box and click Next.
In the next window, you'll see a list of the tools to be installed. Click
Read and accept the license agreements, then click
Option 2: Install the Eclipse plug-in using the TestArchitect
If it is not already running, launch TestArchitect.
From the toolbar, select
On the Eclipse Plug-in dialog box, click and browse to
the folder containing the Eclipse executable file.
Click OK to install the plug-in.
After installation, restart Eclipse.