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Thread: GWT SDK not installed

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    Default GWT SDK not installed

    Hello everyone

    Nice I found this forum, looks nice :-)

    I'm new at Java and have some problems with installing.

    When I try to run my project I get the message: "GWT SDK not installed"


    I use Eclipse and step by step, I have done that:


    1) Installing Java SE - "Windows x64 87.35 MB jdk-7u2-windows-x64.exe" (I hope that's the right version, I run with Windows 64-bit. I can see there also is a version called "Windows x86"?

    - Java SE Development Kit 7u2 Downloads


    2) Install the Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo)

    - Downloading and Installing the Plugin - Google Plugin for Eclipse - Google Code


    3) Installing GWT Designer
    - Installing GWT Designer - Google Web Toolkit - Google Code


    Unfortunately I still get this bad message: "GWT SDK not installed"

    So my question is, what to do right now?

    /Thank's (:


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    Default Re: GWT SDK not installed

    You should click "Properties" -> "Google" in menu bar -> "Web Toolkit" -> "Use specific GWT"

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