Install the Framework 3.0 JDeveloper Plugin
Download and Install
Download and Install JDeveloper 11.1.1 Technical Preview Complete Install (includes Windows JDK 5.0) from http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/jdev/index.html
Make sure that JDeveloper is installed in a directory path that does not contain any spaces (ie c:\jdev)
Check for Java JDK 6.
By default JDeveloper 11.1.1 comes with Java 5.0 installed. This step will help you verify that you have JDK 6.0 installed and are ready to build Framework applications.
Run c:\jdev\jdeveloper.exe, or where ever you have installed JDeveloper.
Open menu Tools -> Default Project Properties …
Select Libraries in the left window
Click on the Change… button
If there is no JDK 6.0 installed follow Java JDK 6.0 with JDeveloper Howto.
Select the 1.6.0.x under the Extension tree on the left side to set Java 6.0 as the default.
Press OK to leave Edit J2SE Definition screen.
Press OK to leave Default Project Properties screen.
Installing the Framework Plugin
Select the menu Help -> Check for Updates …
Click the Next button
Step 1 of 5: Source
Click on the Add… button
Name: Foundation 3.0
Make sure the Foundation check box is select and Click Next
Step 2 of 5: Updates
Make sure Foundation JDeveloper Plugin is selected and Click on Next.
Step 3 of 5: License Agreement
Click I Agree
Step 3 of 4: Download
Step 4 of 4: Summary
Click Yes to close down JDeveloper, it will be automatically restarted and the Framework Plugin will be installed.
To verify that the Framework plugin is installed correctly select File -> New
Select Filter By: All Technologies
In the left hand window select General -> Project
There should be a Foundation Project Item in the right hand window.
If you have any problems with installing the plugin, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org