Type not supported (Error message)

2008-08-20
2013-04-29
  • Maria Papadaki

    Maria Papadaki - 2008-08-20

    Dear all,
    I have intstalled green, as described at the documentantion site
    I am using Eclipse Ganymede
    When I click at a class, I do have the option > Green UML > Add to new Class Diagram
    But then an error message appears: Type is Unsupported
    Does anyone know what is causing it?
    Any suggestions, how to resolve this?

     
    • Mike Cico

      Mike Cico - 2008-09-13

      I'm getting this also, also running Ganymede.  Is there anyone who's resolved this issue?

       
      • Mark C. Stafford

        My Green had been working but started to give me trouble today. I right-clicked on a class in the Package Explorer and chose Green UML > Add to Last ... which yielded a "Type not supported" error dialog.

        I resolved it by installing Draw2D SDK (Runtime, Source) from http://eclipse.org/gef/downloads/

         
    • Gene Wang

      Gene Wang - 2008-09-16

      This problem is fixed with version 3.0.1.  Green is now compatible with Eclipse 3.4(Ganymede).  You can get the newest version from the downloads section.

       
  • David

    David - 2010-04-03

    I get the same "Type not supported" error dialog. i'm using green 3.4.0. But there is also an other problem! I can't create or change diagrams because my palette only contays 3 Buttons: Select, Note and Toggle Exploration Icons. Maby this problems associate with each other…
    Here a screenshot of the problem: http://img253.imageshack.us/img253/4880/greenproblem.png

    I hope you can help me.

     
  • Dan Padgett

    Dan Padgett - 2010-04-03

    Hi there.  As far as the problem with your palette, it looks like you probably installed Green, but none of the relationships packages.  Make sure to check the relationships in the update site when you install.

     
  • David

    David - 2010-04-04

    I installed all plugins that were in the green3.4.0\plugins folder and all plugins apperare in the eclipe plugin list.
    http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/732/greenplugin.png. Did i get something wrong there?(Sorry about my bad english… i'm german)
    Does anyone have some advise for me?

     
  • David

    David - 2010-04-04

    oh sorry please remove the dot at the end of the url to see the image

     
  • Dan Padgett

    Dan Padgett - 2010-04-04

    Your screenshot shows you're running version 3.1.0 - this version is pretty old.  Can you try updating to version 3.5.0 and see if the problem persists?  Thanks!

     
  • David

    David - 2010-04-04

    Thanks, that was the point. Now i can use Green!(:-) Please note that the default download from sourceforge contains not the 3.5.0 version but the 3.1.0. The lable on the green(Color) downloadbutton is "green-3.4.0" but if you download it it contains the 3.1.0 files. The 3.5.0 Version can only be found in if you click on "all files" which might be complicated for some downloaders…
    But thats not my problem…
    Thanks you very much for you fast help!

     

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