+100 on this.

I just upgraded to using Installation Manager.  Not bad, took about 10 minutes after downloading to a local repository.  Then I updated iSphere from the Eclipse Marketplace, and it took two minutes (over a VPN, no less).  Very slick.

On 2/18/2020 8:14 AM, Ken Killian wrote:

I like to keep it simple, I "normally" use Eclipse Market Place to install my iSphere.

If you already have iSphere installed, try >Help>Check for updates. Which is how I just update my iSphere to 3.6.0.R

Next, if you have authority, updating the library is very easy too!

window > Preferences > iSphere > Library. Next I click the Transfer iSPhere Library.
PS. It works for me.

-Ken Killian-
Senior IBM i Analysts/Developer using Rational Developer for I 9.6.07

-----Original Message-----
From: WDSCI-L <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Greg Wilburn
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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] iSphere 3.6.0.r released

I'm not having any luck with adding the URLs below to my repository.

I either receive an error about invalid certificate, the repository is not available, or (for http://isphere.sourceforge.net/eclipse/rdi8.0) that no updates are available.

I'm on 3.5.6r

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