In the latest release of the OpenNTF Domino API, the installation process has changed a bit, which is most notable for Designer. The reason for this is due to the weird requirements in Designer for properly getting source and documentation working.
When downloading the file, instead of the previous Eclipse update sites, there are two Update Site NSFs: one for Designer and one for Domino. There are a couple ways you can use these:
- If you're already using Update Sites for Designer or Domino, you can use the "Import Database..." action in your existing DB to import the appropriate NSF from the distribution.
- For Domino, if you're only using the API as far as OSGi bundles go, you can copy the Update Site NSF up to the server and use the OSGI_HTTP_DYNAMIC_BUNDLES INI parameter to point to it.
- If you'd like to install in Designer from the NSF directly, you can drop it in your data directory, open it in Notes, and go to the "Show URLs..." action on the menu:
That will display URLs for HTTP and NRPC - the latter is the better one. You can use that to add an update site in the normal File → Application → Install... dialog.
There's an important note about the Designer install: due to the restructuring of the plugins since the last release, it's probably safest to remove any existing installation first. You can do this via File → Application → Application Management:
Find any "OpenNTF Domino" features and uninstall them each in turn:
After that, proceed with installing the API normally from the provided NSF Update Site or your own.