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If you plan to use the integrated Agentry test environment, the plug-in is installed automatically as part of Agentry Editor. No additional installation is needed, but some configuration may be required.


You must install Agentry Editor, which includes the Agentry test environment, into a fresh Eclipse installation. You cannot install into an Eclipse installation where your previous Editor is installed.


Since the integrated Agentry Test Client works in a mixed environment, you may need to adjust the configuration to ensure both Agentry Editor and the Agentry test environment work in Eclipse.

Note If your Test Client does not start in the Agentry test environment, or you see the message The Java Virtual Machine is running in a different directory than the executable, you must modify your configuration.
To make configuration changes:
  1. Make sure the PATH can locate your JRE, and the jvm.dll. You can either:
    • Make sure the PATH to your JRE (where a jvm.dll can be found) is ahead of anything else on your path that could lead to your JVM being resolved as javaw.exe instead of jvm.dll(such as C:\\WINDOWS\\system32).
    • Specify an explicit path to a jvm.dll in your eclipse.ini (found in the folder where you installed Eclipse). For example, –vm C:\myJRE\bin\jvm.dll.
  2. Restart Eclipse.