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Eclipse not recognizing Atlassian SDK artifactId as project


I've followed instructions in to create a sample bamboo plugin and created a folder set on my Windows machine.

1) Installed SDK

2) Ran atlas-create-bamboo-plugin from SDK repository folder. Details entered were as:

GroupId: BambooTest
Define value for artifactId: : bamboo1
Define value for version: 1.0.0-SNAPSHOT: : 1.0.0-SNAPSHOT
Define value for package: BambooTest: : bamboop

Build was successful and can see the folders.

3) Opened Eclipse and tried to import. problem here is that Eclipse is not recognising bamboo1 as of type project. Hence I cannot add any classes or packages which are needed if I have to modify or write more plugins.

Please advise if there is any step I am missing to configure Eclipse for Atlassian SDK integration ?

1 answer

I figured out the answer myself. I had missed executing atlas-mvn command which writes as a project.

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