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How to Embed/Reference Activiti Designer in Stand-alone RCP Application

Question asked by peilers on Oct 26, 2014
Latest reply on Oct 29, 2014 by peilers
I would like to create a stand-alone RCP Application that leverages/references/encapsulates/embeds the functionality of the Activiti Designer. My question is: Do I need to:

a) add the org.activiti.designer.feature as an included feature in my application's feature project, or
b) simply add org.activiti.designer.feature as a Required Feature/Plug-in to my application's product configuration file.

Before I get too far into it I wanted to get some guidance because method #1 seems to result in errors at launch time related to bundles and constraints such as:
com.[company].[product]
  "Missing Constraint: Require-Bundle: org.apache.commons.lang; bundle-version="2.6.0"
org.activiti.designer.eclipse
  "Missing Constraint: Require-Bundle: org.apache.commons.io; bundle-version="0.0.0"
org.activiti.designer.gui
  "Missing Constraint: Require-Bundle: org.apache.commons.lang; bundle-version="0.0.0"

I'm basically looking for advise on how to structure my RCP application such that I can encapsulate the Activiti Designer and take advantage of code updates to the Designer as time goes by.

Thank you in advance

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