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How to Install Spring Boot in Eclipse | Spring Tool Suite| Updated 2022

Các hướng dẫn Spring Boot

  • Tìm nạp dữ liệu với Spring Data JPA DTO Projections
  • Cài đặt Spring Tool Suite cho Eclipse
  • Hướng dẫn lập trình Spring cho người mới bắt đầu
  • Hướng dẫn lập trình Spring Boot cho người mới bắt đầu
  • Các thuộc tính thông dụng của Spring Boot
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot và Thymeleaf
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot và FreeMarker
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot và Groovy
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot và Mustache
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot và JSP
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot, Apache Tiles, JSP
  • Sử dụng Logging trong Spring Boot
  • Giám sát ứng dụng với Spring Boot Actuator
  • Tạo ứng dụng web đa ngôn ngữ với Spring Boot
  • Sử dụng nhiều ViewResolver trong Spring Boot
  • Sử dụng Twitter Bootstrap trong Spring Boot
  • Hướng dẫn và ví dụ Spring Boot Interceptor
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot, Spring JDBC và Spring Transaction
  • Hướng dẫn và ví dụ Spring JDBC
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot, JPA và Spring Transaction
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot và Spring Data JPA
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot, Hibernate và Spring Transaction
  • Tương tác Spring Boot, JPA và cơ sở dữ liệu H2
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring Boot và MongoDB
  • Sử dụng nhiều DataSource với Spring Boot và JPA
  • Sử dụng nhiều DataSource với Spring Boot và RoutingDataSource
  • Tạo ứng dụng Login với Spring Boot, Spring Security, Spring JDBC
  • Tạo ứng dụng Login với Spring Boot, Spring Security, JPA
  • Tạo ứng dụng đăng ký tài khoản với Spring Boot, Spring Form Validation
  • Ví dụ OAuth2 Social Login trong Spring Boot
  • Chạy các nhiệm vụ nền theo lịch trình trong Spring
  • Ví dụ CRUD Restful Web Service với Spring Boot
  • Ví dụ Spring Boot Restful Client với RestTemplate
  • Ví dụ CRUD với Spring Boot, REST và AngularJS
  • Bảo mật Spring Boot RESTful Service sử dụng Basic Authentication
  • Bảo mật Spring Boot RESTful Service sử dụng Auth0 JWT
  • Ví dụ Upload file với Spring Boot
  • Ví dụ Download file với Spring Boot
  • Ví dụ Upload file với Spring Boot và jQuery Ajax
  • Ví dụ Upload file với Spring Boot và AngularJS
  • Tạo ứng dụng Web bán hàng với Spring Boot, Hibernate
  • Hướng dẫn và ví dụ Spring Email
  • Tạo ứng dụng Chat đơn giản với Spring Boot và Websocket
  • Triển khai ứng dụng Spring Boot trên Tomcat Server
  • Triển khai ứng dụng Spring Boot trên Oracle WebLogic Server
  • Cài đặt chứng chỉ SSL miễn phí Let’s Encrypt cho Spring Boot
  • Cấu hình Spring Boot chuyển hướng HTTP sang HTTPS

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Working a Getting Started guide with STS

This guide walks you through using Spring Tool Suite (STS) to build one of the Getting Started guides.

Spring Tools 4: The new generation on the horizon

In the final section of this article, I want to give you a brief outlook at what is coming next. In December 2017 we launched the public beta of the next generation of Spring tooling. The so-called “Spring Tools 4” initiative and the corresponding public beta launch not just offers great tooling for Spring apps when working with the Eclipse IDE, but is also available for Visual Studio Code and Atom: https://spring.io/tools4.

The next generation includes all of what you have seen here in this article so far, and goes beyond that. It offers a super quick and easy source-code navigation to all the important pieces of your Spring Boot application. You will get easy access to all your request mappings, bean definitions, function implementations, data repositories, and more – just by selecting the “Go To Symbol” action.

In addition to that, your source code will be augmented with information from running Spring Boot applications. As soon as you start your Spring Boot app, real-time information from that app will appear in your source code, allowing you to get a unique insight into your running Spring Boot app. You will be able to see which beans are active, how they got wired to each other, which conditions have succeeded or failed and for what reason, and more.

Wanna give it a try? Feel free to take a look at: https://spring.io/tools4 – download and go! It is available as a ready-to-use Eclipse distribution (based on Eclipse Photon), and as extensions for Visual Studio Code, and Atom.

And feedback is always welcome. Please feel free to go to https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/issues and raise questions, provide feedback, and report bugs and enhancement requests.

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Thầy Trần Hữu Cương hiện là giảng viên Techmater khoá Lộ trình Java Spring Boot Full Stack

Link gốc bài viết tại đây Cài đặt Spring Tool Suite Cho Eclipse.

How to Install Spring Boot in Eclipse | Spring Tool Suite| Updated 2022
How to Install Spring Boot in Eclipse | Spring Tool Suite| Updated 2022

Overview

This article illustrates some of the useful features of the Eclipse Spring Tool Suite (STS) IDE, which are useful when developing Spring applications.

First we show the benefits of using STS as compared to the traditional way of building applications with Eclipse.

Thereafter, we focus on how to bootstrap an application, how to run it and how to add additional dependencies. Finally we conclude by adding application arguments.

Spring Tools 4

Spring Tools 4 is the next generation of Spring tooling for your favorite coding enrivonment. Largely rebuilt from scratch, it provides world-class support for developing Spring-Boot-based enterprise applications, whether you prefer Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, or Eclipse Theia.

Getting Started

Spring Tool Suite 4 makes it easy to get started. A direct and easy-to-use integration of the Spring Initializr and the famous Spring Guides allows you to go from nothing to a running Spring Boot app in seconds.

Navigate your Spring code at the speed of light

Understanding and quickly navigating source code is essential for coding. The new Spring Tools 4 understands your Spring-Boot-based source code and allows you to quickly get an overview and navigate to the important pieces of your Spring apps. Finding Spring elements and navigating to them has never been easier.

Smart Code Editing

Code completion is a critical part of working with source code. The all-new Spring Tools 4 provides smart code completions for the Spring elements in your app.

Runtime Information In Your Editor

Spring Tools 4 now bridges the gap between your source code and running Spring Boot applications. By taking advantage of the Spring Boot Actuators, we enriched the source code with detailed information from the running app (e.g., exact bean wiring information, conditional reports, configuration, details, and more).

Categories: IDE

Tags: spring, Spring IDE, Cloud, Spring Tool Suite, STS, LSP

Additional Details

Eclipse Versions: 2024-03 (4.31), 2023-12 (4.30), 2023-09 (4.29)

Platform Support: Windows, Mac, Linux/GTK

Organization Name: VMware

Development Status: Production/Stable

Date Created: Friday, July 11, 2014 – 12:41

License: EPL

Date Updated: Thursday, February 8, 2024 – 11:03

Submitted by: Martin Lippert

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Eclipse IDE : How to add Spring Tool Suite (STS) plugin to Eclipse?
Eclipse IDE : How to add Spring Tool Suite (STS) plugin to Eclipse?

Importing a Getting Started guide

With STS up and running, open the Import Spring Getting Started Content wizard from the File menu.

A pop-up wizard will offer you the chance to search and pick any of the published guides from the Spring website. You can either skim the list, or enter search words to instantly filter the options.]

The criteria is applied to both the title and the description when offering instant search results. Wildcards are supported.

You can also decide whether to grab the initial code set, complete code set, or both. For most projects, the initial code set is an empty project, making it possible for you to copy-and-paste your way through a guide. The complete code set is all the code from the guide already entered. If you grab both, you can compare your work against the guide’s and see the differences.

Finally, you can have STS open a browser tab to the guide on the website. This will let you work through a guide without having to leave STS.

For the purpose of this guide, enter rest into the instant search box. Then pick Consuming Rest. Pick Maven for building, and initial and complete code sets. Also opt to open the web page as shown below:

STS will create two new projects in your workspace, import the Consuming Rest code base (both initial and complete), and open a browser tab inside STS as shown below:

From here, you can walk through the guide and navigate to the code files.

Spring is everywhere

Spring is everywhere. It is at the heart of most modern business applications, in the center of modern cloud-based microservice applications, and used by millions of developers around the globe. And Spring Boot is at the heart of the current renaissance of Spring, making it easy, convenient, and extremely efficient to implement applications and services on top of Java.

How to install Spring Tool Suite STS on Windows 10/11 [ 2023 Update ] Spring Boot Framework
How to install Spring Tool Suite STS on Windows 10/11 [ 2023 Update ] Spring Boot Framework

Using Spring Guides

In case you want to learn about a specific area of Spring and Spring Boot, you might want to take a look at the Spring Guides: https://spring.io/guides. They offer a comprehensive set of small tutorial-like step-by-step introductions to specific features of Spring. You can use them, for example, to learn how to implement your first RESTful service that delivers JSON.

Those guides can be imported into your Spring-Tools-enhanced Eclipse IDE by using the “Import Spring Getting Started Content” wizard, also available from the “New” menu. It is a great way to quickly import those guide projects, try them out, and learn from them.

Spring Tools 4 for Visual Studio Code

Free. Open source.

Spring Tools 4

Free. Open source.

Spring Tools 4

The all-new Spring Tool Suite 4. Free. Open source.

4.21.1 – Linux x86_644.21.1 – Linux ARM_644.21.1 – macOS x86_644.21.1 – macOS ARM_644.21.1 – Windows x86_64

Free. Open source.

Spring Tools 4

Tailored for developing enterprise applications using Spring Framework and Spring Boot, the new generation of Spring Tools provides world-class development support for your Spring applications. Our tools have deep knowledge of Spring built in.

The all-new Spring Tools can be used in various coding environments, ranging from Eclipse as a full-featured integrated development environment to Visual Studio Code and Theia as lightweight code editors. Continue to use your preferred environment and add great Spring tooling to it.

The new generation of Spring Tools is largely built from scratch, incorporating modern technologies and developer tooling architectures. It runs in separate processes, is built with performance in mind from the start, and knows about the latest Spring technologies.

Spring Tool Suite 4 makes it easy to get started. A direct and easy-to-use integration of the Spring Initializr and the famous Spring Guides allows you to go from nothing to a running Spring Boot app in seconds.

Understanding and quickly navigating source code is essential for coding. The new Spring Tools 4 understands your Spring-based source code and allows you to quickly get an overview and navigate to the important pieces of your Spring apps. Finding Spring elements and navigating to them has never been easier.

Code completion is a critical part of working with source code. The all-new Spring Tools 4 provides smart code completions for the Spring elements in your app.

Spring Tools 4 now bridges the gap between your source code and running Spring Boot applications. By taking advantage of the Spring Boot Actuators, we enriched the source code with detailed information from the running app (e.g., exact bean wiring information, conditional reports, configuration, details, and more).

Version 3 of the Spring Tool Suite is no longer under active development and does not receive any maintenance updates anymore. The last and final release can be found on the Spring Tool Suite 3 wiki, alongside details of how to upgrade to Spring Tools 4.

Spring Tools for Eclipse IDE

Install Spring Tools 4 into an Existing Eclipse IDE
Install Spring Tools 4 into an Existing Eclipse IDE

Cài đặt Spring Tool Suite Cho Eclipse.

Các bạn cũng có thể download sẵn bản IDE Spring Tool Suite base trên Eclipse tại: https://spring.io/tools/sts/all

Nó có sẵn các phiên bản cho Window, Linux hay Mac

Ở đây mình sẽ cài Spring tool suite vào eclipse, bản Eclipse mình sử dụng là Neon.3 Release (4.6.3)

– Truy cập Eclipse Marketplace

– Gõ sts hoặc Spring tool để tìm kiếm Spring Tool > Click Install

– Chọn Confirm

– Chọn Accept > Finish

– Hiển thị các tính năng của Spring: Window > Perspect > Open Perspect > Other > Spring

– Sau khi chọn hiển thị, các bạn sẽ thấy biểu tượng Spring ở góc phải của Eclipse

Add this URL to your Eclipse Installation to reach this solution’s update site.

2024-03 (4.31)

https://cdn.spring.io/spring-tools/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/e4.31/

2023-12 (4.30)

https://cdn.spring.io/spring-tools/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/e4.30/

2023-09 (4.29)

https://cdn.spring.io/spring-tools/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/e4.29/

Learn more…

Installation

You can install the Spring Tools for Eclipse IDE into an existing Eclipse installation using the Eclipse Marketplace. Just open the marketplace client in Eclipse, search for Spring Tools and install the “Spring Tools (aka Spring IDE and Spring Tool Suite)” entry.

In case you prefer to use a ready-to-use distribution, you can go to https://spring.io/tools and download the Spring Tool Suite distribution, which is a full Eclipse distribution (based on the latest Eclipse release) with Spring Tools pre-installed.

Spring Boot on Eclipse | How to install Spring Tools Plugin [STS] in Eclipse | Spring Boot Tutorial
Spring Boot on Eclipse | How to install Spring Tools Plugin [STS] in Eclipse | Spring Boot Tutorial

See Also

The following guides may also be helpful:

Want to write a new guide or contribute to an existing one? Check out our contribution guidelines.

All guides are released with an ASLv2 license for the code, and an Attribution, NoDerivatives creative commons license for the writing.

Spring Tool Suite (STS) provides the development environment for Spring-powered enterprise applications. This can be easily downloaded from the Eclipse marketplace in the following manner:

  1. Within the Eclipse IDE, click on Help | Eclipse Marketplace… and search for Spring STS by submitting Spring STS in the Find text field. The search result would show up different versions of STS for different Eclipse versions.
  2. Choose the appropriate version and install. The most current version is 3.9.0.RELEASE.
  3. Restart Eclipse, and you are all set to create your first Spring Boot web application.

Running Spring Boot apps

Suppose we have a simple Spring Boot application that we got from importing the “Rest Service” guide. It implements a simple @RestController and serves some JSON back to the user. In order to run this app, you could select “Run As → Spring Boot App” or create your own launch configuration in the Eclipse IDE. A better and easier way to run your Spring app is the Spring Boot Dashboard. It is a separate view in your IDE that you can activate from the toolbar (look for the Spring Boot icon).

The Spring Boot Dashboard lists all the projects from your workspace that are Spring Boot projects. You can select one or multiple projects and run them just by hitting the “(Re)Start” button. It will create a default launch config for your Spring Boot app automatically if you don’t have one yet.

The Spring Boot Dashboard helps you to deal with potentially many Spring Boot apps in your workspace. It allows you to filter them, start or even restart multiple apps in parallel, or easily jump to the right console view for a running app.

The Spring Boot Dashboard, in addition to managing the launching of apps, offers more facilities for gaining insights into your applications. Jumping to the properties view from a running and selected Spring Boot app in the dashboard, you will see not just a quick overview and a ready-to-use hyperlink that lets you jump to the frontend of the running app immediately (without looking up port numbers, etc.). You will also see two additional tabs that provide direct information from the running app: request mappings and beans. The request mappings tab, for example, shows you all the request mappings that the application serves together with its location in the source code. Double-clicks let you jump directly to the source code where the mapping is implemented. This allows you to easily navigate between your running app and your source code.

The beans tab offers you the list of beans that are live at runtime, created by the Spring application. You can browse through the list or filter for certain characters. The good thing here is that you can also see dependencies among those beans, so that you can gain insight into which bean depends on which other bean. You want to know, for example, which data source got injected into your controller? Search for your controller name in the list of live beans and you will see the answer right away.

Spring Tool Suite | Spring Boot IDE
Spring Tool Suite | Spring Boot IDE

Các bước cài đặt Spring Tool Suite (STS) trong Eclipse

1. Mở IDE Eclipse

2. Chọn “Help” -> “Eclipse Marketplace…”

3. Trong cửa sổ Eclipse Marketplace, gõ “STS” trong trường “Find:” -> nhấn nút “Go”

4. Click nút “install”

5. Trong màn hình tiếp theo, nhấp vào chọn tất cả -> nhấp vào nút “Confirm”

6. Trong màn hình tiếp theo, chọn “I accept the terms of the license agreements” -> click “Finish”

7. Chờ cho phần mềm được cài đặt.

8. Khởi động lại Eclipse của bạn.

9. Xác nhận cài đặt thành công.

Nếu quá trình cài đặt diễn ra tốt đẹp, bạn sẽ thấy một biểu tượng Spring mới trong thanh công cụ Eclipse như sau:

Done!

Running the Application

The aforementioned application may be started by right-clicking on the project and selecting run as Spring Boot App. Without STS, you will most likely run the application from the command-line with the following command:


$ mvn spring-boot:run

By default Spring applications are started with Tomcat running on port 8080. At this point, the application starts on port 8080 and basically does nothing else as we did not implement any code yet. Section 8 shows you how to change the default port.

Cài đặt Spring Tools for Eclipse (STS); Lombok và Emmet
Cài đặt Spring Tools for Eclipse (STS); Lombok và Emmet

Working with properties

Spring Boot does a lot of things automatically for you. But that doesn’t mean you can’t customize this default behavior. One way to customize the behavior is in code, the other one is by using properties. And Spring Boot offers a huge number of properties.

Assuming you want to define the port your Spring Boot app is running on. Just open the “application.properties” or “application.yml” file (depending on whether you prefer property or YAML format for your config files) and go. The Spring Tools for Eclipse IDE provide an enhanced editor experience that offers code completion for all the available Spring Boot properties.

Beyond the code completion, which offers a full list of properties together with documentation hints and types of those properties, the editor also checks keys and values for correctness. If, for example, a property is unknown, it will let you know via a warning. If the value that you put in doesn’t match the type of the property, an error will appear.

Logging and ANSI Console

When you run the project from the IDE using the run command, you will notice that the console outputs some nice color-coded log statements. In case you want to turn it off, go to run configurations… and disable the check box Enable ANSI console output on the Spring Boot tab. Alternatively you can also disable it by setting a properties value in the application.properties file.


spring.output.ansi.enabled=NEVER

More information on the configuration of your application logs may be found here.

JSP not showing on select wizard in Spring Tool Suite
JSP not showing on select wizard in Spring Tool Suite

STS Main Features

STS is an Eclipse-based development environment that is customized for the development of Spring applications.

It provides a ready-to-use environment to implement, debug, run and deploy your applications. It also includes integration for Pivotal tc Server, Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Git, Maven and AspectJ. STS is built as an addition on top of the latest Eclipse releases.

2.Project Configuration

STS understands almost all of the most common Java project structures. It parses configuration files and then displays detailed information about beans that are defined, dependencies, used namespaces and in addition extracts overviews for certain stereotypes.

2.STS Features Overview

Eclipse STS validates your project and provides quick fixes for your applications. For example, when working with Spring Data JPA, the IDE may be used to validate query method names (more on this in section 6).

STS also provides a graphical view on all bean methods and their mutual relationships. You may want to have a closer look at the graphical editors that come with STS by looking into the views that are available under the menus window, show view and then Spring respectively.

STS also offers other additional useful features that are not limited to Spring applications only. The reader is recommended to a look at the full list of features that can be found here.

Các hướng dẫn Spring MVC

  • Hướng dẫn lập trình Spring cho người mới bắt đầu
  • Hướng dẫn lập trình Spring MVC cho người mới bắt đầu – Hello Spring 4 MVC
  • Cài đặt Spring Tool Suite cho Eclipse
  • Cấu hình các nguồn dữ liệu tĩnh trong Spring MVC
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC Interceptor
  • Tạo ứng dụng web đa ngôn ngữ với Spring MVC
  • Hướng dẫn Upload File với Spring MVC
  • Ứng dụng Java Web login đơn giản sử dụng Spring MVC, Spring Security và Spring JDBC
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC Security với Hibernate
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC Security và Spring JDBC (XML Config)
  • Đăng nhập bằng mạng xã hội trong Spring MVC với Spring Social Security
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC và Velocity
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC với FreeMarker
  • Sử dụng Template trong Spring MVC với Apache Tiles
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC và Spring JDBC Transaction
  • Sử dụng nhiều DataSource trong Spring MVC
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC, Hibernate và Spring Transaction Manager
  • Hướng dẫn sử dụng Spring MVC Form và Hibernate
  • Chạy các nhiệm vụ nền theo lịch trình trong Spring
  • Tạo một ứng dụng Java Web bán hàng sử dụng Spring MVC và Hibernate
  • Ví dụ CRUD đơn giản với Spring MVC RESTful Web Service
  • Triển khai ứng dụng Spring MVC trên Oracle WebLogic Server

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Spring Tool Suite (STS) installation in Eclipse IDE | Creating REST point
Spring Tool Suite (STS) installation in Eclipse IDE | Creating REST point

Adding Application Arguments

One of the other powerful features of Spring is the support of external configurations which can be passed to an application in several ways, e.g. as command-line arguments, specified in properties or YAML files or as system properties. In this section, we focus on adding a configuration option as application start argument using STS. This is illustrated by configuring Tomcat to start on a different port.

In order to run an application on a Tomcat port other than the default, you may use the command below, where a custom port is specified as command-line argument:


mvn spring-boot:run -Drun.arguments="--server.port=7070"

When using STS, you have go to the run menu. Select run configurations… from the Run Configurations dialog, select Spring Boot App from the left panel and select demo – DemoApplication (this will be different if you did not select the default project). From (x)= Arguments tab type in the Program Arguments window


--server.port=7070

and run. You should see output in your console similar to the output that is shown below:


.
.
2016-07-06 13:51:40.999 INFO 8724 --- [ main] s.b.c.e.t.TomcatEmbeddedServletContainer : Tomcat started on port(s): 7070 (http)
2016-07-06 13:51:41.006 INFO 8724 --- [ main] com.baeldung.boot.DemoApplication : Started DemoApplication in 6.245 seconds (JVM running for 7.34)

Creating Spring Boot projects from scratch

The most famous way to create new Spring Boot projects is to go to https://start.spring.io and choose which Spring starter modules you wanna use. Once you do that, you can download a ZIP file of your new project and import that into your development environment.

The Spring Tools for Eclipse IDE come with a direct integration of that into your Eclipse IDE. Go to “File”, select “New” and choose the “Spring → Spring Starter Project”. The wizard lets you choose the Spring Initializr endpoint you would like to use (in case you have a custom one running within your company, for example) and then lets you select a boot version and offers all the Spring Boot starter modules that are around for that boot version. Just choose the ones that match your interest and click “Finish”. You end up with a ready-to-use Spring Boot project in your workspace – in just a few seconds.

Spring Full Course - Learn Spring Framework in 4 Hours | Spring Framework Tutorial | Edureka
Spring Full Course – Learn Spring Framework in 4 Hours | Spring Framework Tutorial | Edureka

Conclusion

In this article we have shown the basics of developing a Spring project in STS. Some of the things we have shown are execution of applications in STS, support during the development of Spring Data JPA and the usage of command-line arguments. However, there are many more useful features that may be employed during development as STS offers a rich set of features.

The full implementation of this article can be found in the github project – this is an Eclipse based project, so it should be easy to import and run as it is.

Spring Tools 4 for Visual Studio Code

Free. Open source.

Spring Tools 4

Free. Open source.

Spring Tools 4

The all-new Spring Tool Suite 4. Free. Open source.

4.21.1 – Linux x86_644.21.1 – Linux ARM_644.21.1 – macOS x86_644.21.1 – macOS ARM_644.21.1 – Windows x86_64

Free. Open source.

Spring Tools 4

Tailored for developing enterprise applications using Spring Framework and Spring Boot, the new generation of Spring Tools provides world-class development support for your Spring applications. Our tools have deep knowledge of Spring built in.

The all-new Spring Tools can be used in various coding environments, ranging from Eclipse as a full-featured integrated development environment to Visual Studio Code and Theia as lightweight code editors. Continue to use your preferred environment and add great Spring tooling to it.

The new generation of Spring Tools is largely built from scratch, incorporating modern technologies and developer tooling architectures. It runs in separate processes, is built with performance in mind from the start, and knows about the latest Spring technologies.

Spring Tool Suite 4 makes it easy to get started. A direct and easy-to-use integration of the Spring Initializr and the famous Spring Guides allows you to go from nothing to a running Spring Boot app in seconds.

Understanding and quickly navigating source code is essential for coding. The new Spring Tools 4 understands your Spring-based source code and allows you to quickly get an overview and navigate to the important pieces of your Spring apps. Finding Spring elements and navigating to them has never been easier.

Code completion is a critical part of working with source code. The all-new Spring Tools 4 provides smart code completions for the Spring elements in your app.

Spring Tools 4 now bridges the gap between your source code and running Spring Boot applications. By taking advantage of the Spring Boot Actuators, we enriched the source code with detailed information from the running app (e.g., exact bean wiring information, conditional reports, configuration, details, and more).

Version 3 of the Spring Tool Suite is no longer under active development and does not receive any maintenance updates anymore. The last and final release can be found on the Spring Tool Suite 3 wiki, alongside details of how to upgrade to Spring Tools 4.

How to Download and Install Spring Tool Suite (Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse) IDE?

Spring Tool Suite (STS) is a Java IDE tailored for developing Spring-based enterprise applications. It is easier, faster, and more convenient. And most importantly it is based on Eclipse IDE. STS is free, open-source, and powered by VMware. Spring Tools 4 is the next generation of Spring tooling for your favorite coding environment. Largely rebuilt from scratch, it provides world-class support for developing Spring-based enterprise applications, whether you prefer Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, or Theia IDE.

Prerequisite: Make sure you have installed Java Development Kit (JDK) version 17 or newer. To check simply go to the terminal and enter the below command to check if it is present or not.

javac -version

Procedure: These are steps to be followed sequentially which are discussed further with visual aids as listed:

  1. Download SpringToolSuite as per the operating system to the local machine.
  2. Move the downloaded JAR file to the corresponding folder.
  3. Unzip this JAR file and open the corresponding folder.
  4. Click on the SpringToolSuite4 Application file.
  5. Select the directory representing workspace and press the ‘LAUNCH’ button.

Spring Tool Suite Download

Step 1: Go to their website and in Spring Tools 4 for the Eclipse section in order to download. choose your corresponding file according to your OS.

Here we are going with Windows operating systems so do we have chosen Windows option as seen in the below image.

Step 2: After clicking on the button a Jar file will be downloaded to your local system. Now create a folder and move this Jar file to that folder. And double-click on that Jar file. A pop-up window will appear like below:

Step 3: After successfully Unpacking a new folder will create as shown in the below image:

Now open the folder,

Step 4: In this folder now click on the SpringToolSuite4 Application file as shown in the below image:

Step 5: Now select your directory as workspace by clicking on the Browse button and then click on the Launch button. And you are done.

This is the Home screen for Spring Tool Suite (Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse) IDE

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How to Download and Install Spring Tool Suite (Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse) IDE?

Spring Tool Suite (STS) is a Java IDE tailored for developing Spring-based enterprise applications. It is easier, faster, and more convenient. And most importantly it is based on Eclipse IDE. STS is free, open-source, and powered by VMware. Spring Tools 4 is the next generation of Spring tooling for your favorite coding environment. Largely rebuilt from scratch, it provides world-class support for developing Spring-based enterprise applications, whether you prefer Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, or Theia IDE.

Prerequisite: Make sure you have installed Java Development Kit (JDK) version 17 or newer. To check simply go to the terminal and enter the below command to check if it is present or not.

javac -version

Procedure: These are steps to be followed sequentially which are discussed further with visual aids as listed:

  1. Download SpringToolSuite as per the operating system to the local machine.
  2. Move the downloaded JAR file to the corresponding folder.
  3. Unzip this JAR file and open the corresponding folder.
  4. Click on the SpringToolSuite4 Application file.
  5. Select the directory representing workspace and press the ‘LAUNCH’ button.
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Missing dependencies fromEclipse 2022-09

Submitted by dan mul on Mon, 09/25/2023 – 06:13

Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.Software being installed: Test 4.16.0.202209151144 (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.refactoring.test 4.16.0.202209151144)Missing requirement: Test 4.16.0.202209151144 (org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.refactoring.test 4.16.0.202209151144) requires ‘osgi.bundle; org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.frameworks.test.util 0.0.0’ but it could not be found

Any idea how to fix this?

Re: Missing dependencies fromEclipse 2022-09

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Tue, 09/26/2023 – 04:23

In reply to Missing dependencies from updatesite. Eclipse 2022-09 by dan mul

The error message complains about missing test bundles, which you don’t need when installing the Spring Tools into an existing Eclipse installation. You should select the features under the `Spring Tools` category only, that is all you need. And those features don’t require the mentioned test bundles. If that doesn’t help, please provide more details how you are trying to install the Spring Tools and what you select along the way.

An error occurred while collecting items to be installed

Submitted by Mani Shankar on Tue, 05/02/2023 – 11:55

I am currently using the latest Ecipe IDE 2023-03. I tried installing Spring tool suite plugin 4. But getting below error.

An error occurred while collecting items to be installed

session context was:(profile=epp.package.jee, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases.Collect, operand=, action=).

Problems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.docker.client,4.18.0.202303131455.

Unexpected end of ZLIB input stream

Problems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.boot.ls,1.45.0.202303131439.

Unexpected end of ZLIB input stream

Re: An error occurred while collecting items to be installed

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Wed, 05/03/2023 – 17:37

In reply to An error occurred while collecting items to be installed by Mani Shankar

This looks like a network glitch when downloading the artifacts or a proxy server getting into the way. Please try again. If this doesn’t help, some cache might be causing this broken file to stick around, so please search for the files with those names “org.springframework.ide.eclipse.docker.client” and “org.springframework.tooling.boot.ls” and delete them from the cache. Hope that helps!

Got error when installating progress.

Submitted by Joe Hsu on Thu, 10/20/2022 – 00:59

I just downloaded the fresh new eclipse 2021-03

And tried to install the Spring Tools 4 (aka Spring Tool Suite 4) 4.16.0.RELEASE

and get an error

An error occurred while collecting items to be installedsession context was:(profile=C__Users_USER_eclipse_jee-2021-03_eclipse, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases.Collect, operand=, action=).Problems downloading artifact: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.boot.ide.main.feature,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile1876944857825585191.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile1876944857825585191.jarProblems downloading artifact: binary,org.springframework.boot.ide.main.feature_root,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile12070795579585830381.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile12070795579585830381.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.beans.ui.live,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile10121475783448603332.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile10121475783448603332.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile17051854768075728731.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile17051854768075728731.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.dash,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile8460387033181811053.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile8460387033181811053.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.dash.cf,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile15210498082742908282.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile15210498082742908282.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.dash.docker,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile3019042021063636405.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile3019042021063636405.jarProblems downloading artifact: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.dash.feature,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile11191471768839562602.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile11191471768839562602.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.launch,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile10504280315253181781.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile10504280315253181781.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.refactoring,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile8229219830000694944.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile8229219830000694944.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.restart,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile772916117885769972.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile772916117885769972.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.templates,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile15054241124754490012.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile15054241124754490012.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.validation,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile14662212615252592785.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile14662212615252592785.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.wizard,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile12655096541485575286.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile12655096541485575286.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.buildship30,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile13161971386331894635.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile13161971386331894635.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.docker.client,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile9770843718449998045.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile9770843718449998045.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.imports,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile3386152666453344553.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile3386152666453344553.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.maven.pom,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile15771303302109356316.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile15771303302109356316.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.xml.namespaces,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile11882986681527639459.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile11882986681527639459.jarProblems downloading artifact: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.xml.namespaces.feature,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile1159917228674937191.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile1159917228674937191.jarProblems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.cloudfoundry.client.v2,4.16.0.202209151144.Error reading signed content:C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile4966800356210815978.jarAn error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp\signatureFile4966800356210815978.jar

Re: Got error when installating progress.

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 10/24/2022 – 09:11

In reply to Got error when installating progress. by Joe Hsu

It looks like you are using an updated Eclipse version (2021-03) here, for which the latest versions of the Spring Tools 4 (on the Eclipse Marketplace) are no longer compatible with. Therefore, you are running into an issue, most likely the installation process tries to install components from a newer Eclipse platform version (alongside the Spring Tools components) that use a newer signing infrastructure – which then results in the above mentioned error.

The best solution here would be to use a more recent Eclipse platform (2022-09 at the time) and install the Spring Tools 4 on top of that Eclipse – or grab the latest ready-to-use distribution from https://spring.io/tools.

If you have to use the 2021-03 Eclipse (for whatever reason), you can install an old version of the Spring Tools 4 using the “Install New Software” menu item and then this update repository: https://download.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/4.12.0.RELE…

It will give you the latest version of the Spring Tools 4 that was compatible with that version of Eclipse – but it is an outdated and no longer supported version, so I don’t recommend this option and would strongly recommend to use the latest version instead – if at all possible.

x509 certificate issue?

Submitted by Walter L on Sat, 09/24/2022 – 15:55

Just downloaded a fresh install of Eclipse Version: 2022-09 (4.25.0) – Build id: 20220908-1902, and fired up Marketplace to install Spring Tools 4 (4.16.0.RELEASE). I only kept the two required components and clicked on Install. As it’s downloading, a “Trust” dialog popped up asking me to trust the expired certificates from Pivotal – the expiration dates were 2018 and 2020. Google search turned up nothing. Can I continue installation without trusting the expired certificates?

Re: x509 certificate issue?

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 09/26/2022 – 09:05

In reply to x509 certificate issue? by Walter L

The same question got posted to SO, please refer to my answer over there:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/73840447/how-do-i-resolve-an-expire…

Re: x509 certificate issue?

Submitted by Walter L on Mon, 09/26/2022 – 11:01

In reply to Re: x509 certificate issue? by Martin Lippert

Excellent. Much appreciated!

Error while installing Spring tool

Submitted by Agumamidi Manvitha on Mon, 12/06/2021 – 10:11

I’m getting the below error when I try to install the spring tool..

Error: No repository found at https ://download.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/e4.21/.

How to resolve?

Re: Error while installing Spring tool

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Tue, 12/21/2021 – 12:26

In reply to Error while installing Spring tool by Agumamidi Manvitha

This is usually caused by some stale cache data. You can fix this by going to the Preferenes -> Install/Update -> Available Update Sites, then select the one you mentioned, and press “Reload”. This usually solves the problem.

In case this doesn’t help, delete the entry from the list of available update sites, restart the IDE, and add the entry back to the list. That should work as a last resort if everything else failed.

Eclipse for JavaEE 2021-03 – Attempt to install STS failing

Submitted by Dino b on Fri, 06/11/2021 – 23:32

  1. Go to Eclipse Marketplace
  2. Search for STS
  3. Select Spring Tools 4 (aka Spring Tool Suite 4) 4.10.0.RELEASE and hit Install
  4. Hit Confirm button
  5. Get error:

Unable to read repository at

https download.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/e4.19/content.xml.PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target

I read few of your answers on here, none of which helped.

I tried also placing the above URL (with https and http) in Install New Software and that failed with

Unable to read repository at

https download.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/e4.19/content.xml/content.xml.Unable to read repository at

https download.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/sts4/update/e4.19/content.xml/content.xml.PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target

Also tried installing STS4 IDE which worked fine but it keeps removing my Websphere Liberty node from Define New Server dialog when I right click in Servers tab > New Server > IBM > Websphere Liberty, so that is useless as well.

Note, the above urls have removed “://” because this site does not allow comments with extermal urls, also not helpful at all.

Please help

Re: Eclipse for JavaEE 2021-03 – Attempt to install STS failing

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Tue, 06/15/2021 – 02:31

In reply to Eclipse for JavaEE 2021-03 – Attempt to install STS failing by Dino b

The underlying issue is a missing certificate in your JRE. This question on StackOverflow provides a solution: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21076179/pkix-path-building-failed-…

Re: Eclipse for JavaEE 2021-03 – Attempt to install STS failing

Submitted by Dino b on Tue, 06/15/2021 – 17:28

In reply to Re: Eclipse for JavaEE 2021-03 – Attempt to install STS failing by Martin Lippert

Thak you Martin. However, that stackoverlow did not help. I saw that post before I asked here and I followed it again. While I have been able to add certificate as described (making below assumptions as the explanation was not clear on that), I am still unable to install STS4 into my Eclipse 2021-03.

Following the SO link you provided:

  1. I navigated in Chrome to https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/spring-tools-4-aka-spring-tool-… – I assume this is where I should be to export the certificate
  2. Following Stackoverflow link, I exported the certificate and used keytool to add it to my jdk1.8/jre/lib/security/cacerts
  3. I even confirmed it has been added, also using keytool to list certificates
  4. Restarted my machine, restart Eclipse > Help > Market place > search for “STS” > Select STS4 > Install
  5. Got box listing what will be installed > Confirm
  6. My C:/Program Files/Java has two versions jdk 1.8.0_172 and jdk-11.0.10. I did the above for jdk 1.8.0_172 as that is the jdk in my System Path variable.

And ended up with the same error as described in my original question

Re: Re: Eclipse for JavaEE 2021-03 – Attempt to install STS…

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Wed, 06/23/2021 – 03:24

In reply to Re: Eclipse for JavaEE 2021-03 – Attempt to install STS failing by Dino b

The related issue on GitHub is here: https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/issues/648

As the reporter of this mentioned in the comments there, the issue got resolved and was caused by some internal security settings that blocked something here.

Hello,

Submitted by Richard Dutellier on Mon, 03/22/2021 – 10:17

Hello,

I have eclipse JEE 03-2021 R and the last plugin Spring 4.

why the “Edit starter” is missing (in sub-menu Spring) when you make a right click on pom.xml file ?

It was very apprecied !!

Re: Hello,

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Tue, 03/23/2021 – 08:28

In reply to Hello, by Richard Dutellier

Hey! The “add starters” menu option is indeed gone (since a few releases already), but I got replaced with a new “Add Starters” menu item that you should be, which also allows you to add starter modules from start.spring.io and even brings more goodies from start.spring.io into the IDE here, e.g. additional resources that start.spring.io would generate for you, new properties in your properties file (in case the selected modules include them), etc. Here is a user guide for this new way to add starters to your project: https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/wiki/Add-Spring-Boot-Starters-T…

Hope that helps and that you like the new wizard!!!

Re: Re: Hello,

Submitted by Richard Dutellier on Wed, 03/24/2021 – 07:24

In reply to Re: Hello, by Martin Lippert

Hello Martin,Thank you for your answer.Yes I know this procedure which you mentioned in the web link.But I’m sorry, I prefer the old method with the ‘Edit starters’ option …When we choose ‘Add starters’, why in the graphical interface, you don’t add an ‘already selected’ section in addition to the ‘selected’ section?I think it’s important to quickly have a graphic visual, rather than making a comparison with the xml file …The 2 ways can be complementary …Maybe it’s hard to implement the code to be able to do this? ^^

Re: Re: Re: Hello,

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Thu, 03/25/2021 – 03:07

In reply to Re: Re: Hello, by Richard Dutellier

Hey Richard,

your feedback on this is much appreciated. The reason why we no longer do something like a “pre-selection” is starter modules that you already have on your project is based on the latest generations of the initializr project and the way that works. When you select starter modules in there, the resulting project might not exactly contain those modules exclusively. There is logic in initializr and some of the starter modules to do more sophisticated things, like automatically adding additional other starters for you. And there is no “inverted logic” in there, which infers which starters you would need to select in order to produce the set of starters that you have. Therefore we don’t really have a way to implement this “inverted logic”. (This gets even more complicated if users edited their pom.xml file (in case you use Maven) manually). Therefore we decided to not implement any logic to pre-select existing starters on your project. Sorry for not being able to bring this pre-selection back. Hope you find the new wizard useful nevertheless. If you have additional suggestions, please raise them as enhancement requests here: https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/issues.

Re: Re: Re: Re: Hello,

Submitted by Richard Dutellier on Thu, 03/25/2021 – 12:14

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Hello, by Martin Lippert

Hi,

Ok i understand ^^

May be the response is in the Pom Dependency Analyzer Web tool ?

github.com/tomasbjerre/pom-dependency-analyzer-web

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Hello,

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Thu, 04/01/2021 – 10:07

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Hello, by Richard Dutellier

Actually, identifying dependencies of a project is not that complicated in an IDE, since the Maven integration for Eclipse in this case already does that work for you – and that is what the pom dependency analyzer tool would do as well in case I understood this. The difficult part is to calculate the pre-selection on start.spring.io that would lead to the pom that you analyze. It is not a 1-to-1 mapping (for a good reason actually, from the project-generation perspective).

SpringBoot wizard not showing on Eclipse 2021-03

Submitted by Alex Xavier on Sun, 03/21/2021 – 16:38

Hi, I recently downloaded Eclipse 2021-03, and installed STS4, but upon attempting to run a spring boot app, or even creating a new one, it doesn’t show the Spring Boot wizard, or Run As Spring Boot App.

Re: SpringBoot wizard not showing on Eclipse 2021-03

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Tue, 03/23/2021 – 06:37

In reply to SpringBoot wizard not showing on Eclipse 2021-03 by Alex Xavier

Hey! That sounds like an issue with the installation and the underlying bundles being maybe wired in a weird way. The best way forward would be a submit an issue at https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/issues and tell us exactly which package of Eclipse 2021-03 you installed, which other third-party plugins you added, and how you installed the STS4 components then. I used the Eclipse JEE paclage of 2021-03 and installed STS4 from the Eclipse marketplace and that seemed to work, so we need to take a closer look at your exact setting in which you are trying to install the Spring Tools 4.

As a quick fix for you, feel free to download a ready-to-use distribution of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse from https://spring.io/tools. Version 4.10.0 of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse are a distribution built on Eclipse 2021-03, so you will get the latest in here as well.

Eclipse 2020-12 and Spring Tools 4.9.0

Submitted by HANGYU LI on Sat, 02/20/2021 – 21:37

How to Install the JAR downloaded from spring.io/tools I tried to Install the JAR under Install New Software and the result is wrong:could not find jar:file:….

Re: Eclipse 2020-12 and Spring Tools 4.9.0

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 02/22/2021 – 08:51

In reply to Eclipse 2020-12 and Spring Tools 4.9.0 by HANGYU LI

If you want to install Spring Tools 4 into an existing Eclipse installation, you can choose the “Eclipse Marketplace…” menu entry, then search for Spring, pick the “Spring Tools 4” entry, and press the “Install” button.

The JAR file that you can download from the https://spring.io/tools page is a self-extracting full distribution of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse (including an Eclipse 2020-12 with pre-installed Spring Tools 4 extensions). You can download the JAR and double-click it. It will then self-extract the full distribution.

Eclipse 2020-06 and Spring Tools 4.9.0

Submitted by Lonnie Phillips on Fri, 01/15/2021 – 10:21

I have installed Spring Tools and I have the Run as spring application, but I don’t have the spring boot dashboard.

Re: Eclipse 2020-06 and Spring Tools 4.9.0

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 01/18/2021 – 05:55

In reply to Eclipse 2020-06 and Spring Tools 4.9.0 by Lonnie Phillips

From the brief description it sounds like an installation issue or an incompatibility from under the hood somewhere. I would recommend to file an issue at https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/issues/ and provide some detais (maybe a few steps to reproduce), and we can continue from there to find out what is going wrong there.

If you are not tied to Eclipse 2020-06, I could also recommend to download a ready-to-use distribution of the latest Eclipse release (2020-12) with all the Spring Tools 4 pre-installed from https://spring.io/tools.

Re: Re: Eclipse 2020-06 and Spring Tools 4.9.0

Submitted by HANGYU LI on Sun, 02/21/2021 – 02:43

In reply to Re: Eclipse 2020-06 and Spring Tools 4.9.0 by Martin Lippert

Could you please tell me how to install STS4.9.0 on Eclipse2020-12?The JAR downloaded from Spring’s official website cannot be installed

Re: Re: Re: Eclipse 2020-06 and Spring Tools 4.9.0

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 02/22/2021 – 08:52

In reply to Re: Re: Eclipse 2020-06 and Spring Tools 4.9.0 by HANGYU LI

replied to this question above when it was submitted as a standalone question and not a reply…

Boot Dashboard not available in Eclipse

Submitted by Mithun Rajeev on Thu, 06/18/2020 – 12:17

Got the new Eclipse 2020-06 and installed Spring Tools 4 4.6.2.RELEASE and Spring Tools 3 Add-On for Spring Tools 4 3.9.13.CI. Now I am unable to find the Boot Dashboard in the Eclipse > Window > Show View. Is this view still available in the new ST 4 plugin for eclipse?

Re: Boot Dashboard not available in Eclipse

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 06/22/2020 – 12:03

In reply to Boot Dashboard not available in Eclipse by Mithun Rajeev

This is fixed in the latest Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse 4.7.0 release, please update to that.

Spring Boot Dashboard not available in Eclipse Version: 2020-06

Submitted by PEI YAO on Thu, 06/18/2020 – 10:04

Hey,

I just installed a fresh download of Eclipse version: 2020-06 (4.16.0) and then installed the Spring Tool Suite 4 for Eclipse (4.6.2 update e4.16) on my Windows 10.

It seems there is no Spring Boot Dashboard which was available in Eclipse 4.15.

How do I make the Spring Boot Dashboard available in Eclipse 4.16?

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Re: Spring Boot Dashboard not available in Eclipse Version: 2020

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 06/22/2020 – 12:04

In reply to Spring Boot Dashboard not available in Eclipse Version: 2020-06 by PEI YAO

This is fixed in the latest Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse 4.7.0 release, please update to that.

Crashes Eclipse EE 2020-03

Submitted by Alex Atari on Fri, 03/27/2020 – 16:21

This plug in is crashing hanging and crashing my Eclipse as of 2020-03-27, I am running Ubuntu 18+ ( b4bit, fully updated/upgraded) as of Mar-27. This Ubuntu is running in Vmware Station inside Window 10/64bit.

I tried removing eclipse and all the dot file, creating new workspace and as soon as I add this plug in Eclipse crashed come back mainly when I want to highligh and replace a word in JAVA code. As soon as I remove the plug in and restart Eclipse, all is ok.

Re: Crashes Eclipse EE 2020-03

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Tue, 03/31/2020 – 07:19

In reply to Crashes Eclipse EE 2020-03 by Alex Atari

That sounds indeed bad. Can you pleaee file a bug at https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/issues/ for this and tell us how to reproduce this crash? Is it really the JVM that is crashing or is it a freeze at the UI, so that the process isn’t responding anymore? Is there something in the Error Log View that relates to the problem? Or is the VM itsel crashing and in case that happens, is there a JVM crash log file tha you could attach? In case the process freezes, there is a setting in the “Preferences -> General -> UI Responsiveness Monitoring” that you could turn on to capture stack traces while the UI seems to be frozen. That would be great and help us a lot to find the underlying issues.

Install can not complete (missing repositories)

Submitted by Andrii Stesin on Fri, 03/20/2020 – 18:22

An error occurred while collecting items to be installed session context was:(profile=_home_stesin_eclipse_jee-2020-03_eclipse, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases.Collect, operand=, action=). No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,io.projectreactor.reactor-core,3.3.1.202003091750-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.reactivestreams.reactive-streams,1.0.3 No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.boot.ide.main.feature,4.6.0.202003181317-RELEASE No repository found containing: binary,org.springframework.boot.ide.main.feature_root,4.6.0.202003181317-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.beans.ui.live,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.dash,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.dash.cf,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.dash.feature,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.launch,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.refactoring,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.restart,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.templates,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.validation,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.boot.wizard,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.buildship20,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.buildship30,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.editor.support,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.imports,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.maven.pom,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.xml.namespaces,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.ide.eclipse.xml.namespaces.feature,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.boot.ls,1.15.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.tooling.boot.ls.feature,4.6.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.bosh.ls,1.15.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.tooling.bosh.ls.feature,4.6.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.cloudfoundry.manifest.ls,1.15.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.tooling.cloudfoundry.manifest.ls.feature,4.6.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.concourse.ls,1.15.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.springframework.tooling.concourse.ls.feature,4.6.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.jdt.ls.commons,4.6.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.ls.eclipse.commons,4.6.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springframework.tooling.ls.eclipse.gotosymbol,4.6.0.202003180840 No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.cloudfoundry.client.v2,3.9.12.202003180620-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.core,3.9.12.202003180611-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.frameworks.core,3.9.12.202003180611-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.frameworks.ui,3.9.12.202003180611-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.jdk_tools,3.9.12.202003180611-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.livexp,3.9.12.202003180611-RELEASE No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.springsource.ide.eclipse.commons.ui,3.9.12.202003180611-RELEASE

Re: Install can not complete (missing repositories)

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Tue, 03/24/2020 – 11:52

In reply to Install can not complete (missing repositories) by Andrii Stesin

Please take a look at the possible solutions to this here: https://marketplace.eclipse.org/comment/6829#comment-6829

Re: Re: Install can not complete (missing repositories)

Submitted by Andrii Stesin on Wed, 03/25/2020 – 18:30

In reply to Re: Install can not complete (missing repositories) by Martin Lippert

Thank you! Reloading the site in preferences worked well for me today. Regards, Andreas

Error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′” when run

Submitted by James Balaji on Sat, 03/14/2020 – 22:35

When use JRE1.7 to run my Springboot project, it fail to start with error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′” shown in the eclipse console. But if I use JRE1.8, it’s working well. Unfortunately, JRE1.7 is requested in my project.

I searched settings but can’t find place to remove this VM option.

Could you tell me how to fix this issue?

Re: Error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′” when…

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 03/16/2020 – 16:19

In reply to Error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′” when run by James Balaji

This is part of some default options to speed up the exeution and launch of the Spring Boot app, but you can change that in the “Preferences -> Spring -> Boot”, take a look at the “Fast Startup” section, where you can change those settings.

Re: Re: Error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′”

Submitted by James Balaji on Tue, 03/17/2020 – 10:28

In reply to Re: Error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′” when… by Martin Lippert

Thanks your answer, I found the place and remove the option. However, still not working with another error when I run the application…. seems it’s stil a problem of JDK. I have synchronized all configuration place in eclipse with JDK1.7.0 (such as project compiler,classpath settings, eclipse preferences etc). Spring boot version I use is 1.5.9 Release.

The error is “Could not find the main class”. then I copy the command and run in the dos window, it says that:”Exception in thread “main” java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: cn/com/MainApplication : Unsupported major.minor version 51.0″. I know the 51.0 means the version jdk1.7, but I am using JDK1.7.

Could you give some advice? Does STS4 support JDk1.7?

Re: Re: Re: Error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′”

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Fri, 03/20/2020 – 05:10

In reply to Re: Re: Error “Unrecognized VM option ‘TieredStopAtLevel=1′” by James Balaji

STS4 in general supports implementing and running applications on top of a JDK7. You need to configure the JDK7 runtime environment in the preferences (as you probably did) and select it as the default for the JavaSE7 execution environment. Make sure it appears correctly as the entry in your project classpath containers in the packag explorer.

In addition to that you need to make sure to compile your project on a Java7 level by setting the compiler level in the Java compiler preferences for your project.

Then in the launch configuration, you should make sure that the JDK7 is used to launch the app. This “could not find main class” is usually related to some misconfigured JRE settings in the areas described above.

Hope this helps!

Got error at 49% installation progress.

Submitted by Simon Wang on Sat, 03/14/2020 – 22:07

hi Martin, may I have your advice for this installation issue?

Eclipse Version: 2019-12 (4.14.0)Build id: 20191212-1212

An error occurred while collecting items to be installedsession context was:(profile=epp.package.jee, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases.Collect, operand=, action=).org.springframework.tooling.boot.ls_1.15.0.202001210741.jar.Read timed outorg.springframework.tooling.bosh.ls_1.15.0.202001210741.jar.Connection resetUnable to read repository atorg.springframework.tooling.cloudfoundry.manifest.ls_1.15.0.202001210741.jar.Read timed outUnable to read repository atorg.springframework.tooling.concourse.ls_1.15.0.202001210741.jar.Read timed out

Re: Got error at 49% installation progress.

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 03/16/2020 – 16:24

In reply to Got error at 49% installation progress. by Simon Wang

This problem is a bit complicated to analyze remotely, since it is not totally clear where this comes from. Here is what you could do to solve this:

  • go to the “Preferences -> Install/Update -> Available Update Sites”, select the one for the Spring Tools 4 and press “Reload”. Maybe that solves the problem already.
  • If not, remove that update site from the preferences and restart your IDE. Then try the install again.
  • If all that doesn’t help, try to install the feautes manually, as described here: https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/wiki/Installation#install-sprin…

Hope that helps.

Can’t create a project

Submitted by Pascal Houde on Thu, 10/31/2019 – 13:00

I have installed STS 4.4.1 from the Eclipse (4.13 64bit) marketplace and don’t see the create new project option after restarting the IDE. There were no error during installation. I have tried with JDK 11 and 13 without success.

Re: Can’t create a project

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Mon, 03/16/2020 – 16:28

In reply to Can’t create a project by Pascal Houde

Sorry for the late answer, somehow missed the question here. You could analyze the underlying issue by opening up the console, opne an OSGi Host Console, and type in “ss” for “short status”. If there is anything showing up as “INSTALLED”, something went wrong with regards to the dependency resolution of bundles. This is hard to debug and to solve. In that case, I would recommend to download a ready-to-use distribution from https://spring.io/tools and go from there. If the list of bundles shows up fine (nothing in the “INSTALLED” state), then the wizard to create a new project using Initializr (e.g.) should show up (“Spring Starter Project”) in a “Spring” category.

Have problem with PKIX path

Submitted by Alex Rubin on Tue, 09/17/2019 – 13:22

Have problem with PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException.

Can I download ZIP to local and install ?

Re: Have problem with PKIX path

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Thu, 09/19/2019 – 03:45

In reply to Have problem with PKIX path by Alex Rubin

You can download a ready-to-use distribution of Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse from: https://spring.io/tools

Not compatible Error for Eclipse 4.8

Submitted by Nagaraja Thangavelu on Wed, 08/28/2019 – 21:43

I am using Eclipse 4.8 Photon and I want to install Spring Tools Suite. The least support version for Spring Tools Suite is 4.9 and predecessor Spring IDE max support is till 4.5 only.

How to install the STS for the eclipse versions 4.6,4.7, and 4.8?

Re: Not compatible Error for Eclipse 4.8

Submitted by Martin Lippert on Thu, 08/29/2019 – 08:13

In reply to Not compatible Error for Eclipse 4.8 by Nagaraja Thangavelu

The latest version of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse require Eclipse 2019-03 as the base platform. If you want to instal the old Spring Tool Suite 3 package instead into an Eclipse 4.8 platform, you could use this update site using the “Install New Software” dialog: https://download.springsource.com/release/TOOLS/update/e4.8/ – it serves the STS 3.9.7 release, which is the last one compatible with Eclipse 4.8.

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Last, but not least, the Spring Boot Dashboard provides a direct integration with Cloud Foundry runtimes. In the same way as your local boot apps, a Cloud Foundry section in your dashboard will list the deployed and running apps, allows you to start and stop them. It also offers you to deploy your project via drag&drop to the Cloud Foundry instance and even debug a running app on Cloud Foundry.

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Jar Type Search

“Jar Type Search” is a feature that was introduced in STS 3.5.0. It provides content-assisted proposals in projects for classes that are not (yet) on the classpath. STS may help you adding dependencies to your POM file in case they are not yet on the classpath.

For example, let us add a line to the Foo entity class. For this example to work properly, please ensure first that the import statement for java.util.List is already present. Now we may add Google Guava as follows:


private List

strings = Lists // ctrl + SPACE to get code completion

The IDE will suggest several dependencies to be added to the classpath. Add the dependency from com.google.common.collect, press return and add the dependency from Guava. The Guava jar will now automatically be added to your pom.xml file like so:




com.google.guava


guava


31.0.1-jre


As of version STS 3.8.0, you get a confirmation dialog box before STS makes its changes to your pom.xml.

JPA Query Name Checks

At times implementing a data access layer may be a cumbersome activity. A lot of boilerplate code may have to be written to realize simple queries and perform pagination. Spring Data JPA (JPA) aims to significantly facilitate such an implementation of data access layers. This section illustrates some of the benefits of using JPA in conjunction with STS.

To get started, add the following dependency for JPA to the previously generated pom.xml:




org.springframework.boot


spring-boot-starter-data-jpa




com.h2database


h2


You may have noticed that version has not been specified in the above declaration. This is due to the fact that dependencies are managed by the spring-boot-starter-parent.

To make JPA work, it is required that you properly define your entity managers and transaction managers. However, Spring auto-configures these for you. The only thing left to the developer is to create the actual entity classes. These entities are managed by the entity manager, which in turn is created by the container. Let us for example create an entity class Foo like so:


@Entity
public class Foo implements Serializable {
@Id
@GeneratedValue
private Integer id;
private String name;
// Standard getters and setters
}

The container scans all classes annotated with @Entity from the root of the configuration package. Next we create a JPA repository for the Foo entity:


public interface FooRepository extends JpaRepository

{
public Foo findByNames(String name);
}

At this point you may have noticed already that the IDE now flags this query method with an exception:


Invalid derived query! No property names found for type Foo!

This is of course due to the fact that we have accidentally written an ‘s’ in the method name of the JPA repository. To fix this remove the spurious ‘s’ like so:


public Foo findByName(String name);

Notice that no @EnableJpaRepositories was used on the config class. This is because the container’s AutoConfigration pre-registers one for the project.

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Creation of a Spring Application

Let us start by bootstrapping a simple application. Without STS a Spring application is usually created by using the Spring Initializer website or the Spring Boot CLI. This may be simplified by clicking on Create Spring Starter Project from your dashboard in STS.

In the New Spring Starter Project screen either use the defaults or make your own adjustments and then go to next screen. Select Web and click finish. Your pom.xml should now look similar to this:


org.springframework.boot


spring-boot-starter-parent


2.4.0

UTF-8
1.8



org.springframework.boot


spring-boot-starter-web




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test



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Spring Tool Suite Download

Step 1: Go to their website and in Spring Tools 4 for the Eclipse section in order to download. choose your corresponding file according to your OS.

Here we are going with Windows operating systems so do we have chosen Windows option as seen in the below image.

Step 2: After clicking on the button a Jar file will be downloaded to your local system. Now create a folder and move this Jar file to that folder. And double-click on that Jar file. A pop-up window will appear like below:

Step 3: After successfully Unpacking a new folder will create as shown in the below image:

Now open the folder,

Step 4: In this folder now click on the SpringToolSuite4 Application file as shown in the below image:

Step 5: Now select your directory as workspace by clicking on the Browse button and then click on the Launch button. And you are done.

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