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Using OpenUI5 with eclipse impossible?

Hi everyone,

currently I'm using the SAPUI5 plugin for eclipse which also delivers the open UI5 sources for local development / testing.

Is there any way of switching to an OpenUI5 version for local eclipse development instead?

I know, that I could just use the HANA CDN version of OpenUI5 in my bootstrap, but since I have some caching problems with my local tomcat (sometimes changed files are not served in their latest version) I use to disable browser caching in the chrome dev tools. So reloading everything from a remote server on every page refresh in the browser would drive me nuts.

Any suggestions?

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    Nov 01, 2015 at 05:34 AM

    >>, but since I have some caching problems with my local tomcat (sometimes changed files are not served in their latest version) I use to disable browser caching in the chrome dev tools.

    why dont use app cache??

    just download openui5, extract it to your tomcat's webapps and reference like

    <script id='sap-ui-bootstrap' type='text/javascript'
       src="/openui5_PATH/resources/sap-ui-core.js"

    ...

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  • Oct 30, 2015 at 10:40 PM

    Hello Frank,

    the first answer comes to my mind: download OpenUI5 SDK and install locally and reference to that folder in your index.html. I hope it helps,

    Gabriel

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