First things first. We need the following the components for integrating Oracle WebCenter Sites Devloper Tools with Eclipse:

  1. Latest Eclipse (Can be downloaded from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/)
  2. CSDT plugin (Developer tools plugin)
Integrating Developer Tools with Eclipse

By following the below steps, we can integrate the Developer tools provided by Oracle WebCenter Sites with Eclipse.

  1. Download and Install WebCenter Sites JDK.
  2. Download the latest version of Eclipse, and install it.
  3. In the WebCenter Sites distribution package, there is a filde called csdt.zip. Unzip it.package. Open the csdt-eclipse folder and save the com.fatwire.csdt.eclipsecsdt_1.0.0.jar file to the plugins folder under your Eclipse installation
  4. Start your local instance of WebCenter Sites (JDK).
  5. Start Eclipse (eclipse.exe) and configure its settings according to your preferences.
  6. In the Eclipse menu bar, select Window > Open Perspective > Other … > Oracle WebCenter Sites.
  7. The configuration screen is displayed. In the configuration screen, fill in the following fields with the information for your WebCenter Sites instance
  8. In the “Sites Installation Directory” field, click Browse to select the directory containing the futuretense.ini file for the WebCenter Sites instance.
  9. In the “Username” field, enter the user name of a general administrator. This user must be a member of the RestAdmin group.
  10. In the “Password” field, enter the password for the user name you entered.
  11. In the “Project name” field, enter a name for the project on which you will be working.
  12. In the “Sites Log File” field, enter the location of your log file (for example, C:/ WCS/logs/sites.log).
  13. The Configuration screen looks as below:Config Screen
  14. Click OK.

 

Configuration is now Complete. Now, the “Oracle WebCenter Sites” perspective opens.  The Oracle WebCenter Sites perspective looks as shown in the below image:

Eclipse IDE

Now you can create and play with templates, elements etc, from eclipse, then sync them with WCS and enjoy coding. Happy Coding 🙂

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