No suitable modified files found in Eclipse Remote Run

Greeting:

I am beginner for Team City, and I have checked the user guild about the remote run and pre-test commit feature on Eclipse with EGit.

After I install Eclipse Neon2 4.6.2 and EGit 4.6.0 plug-in on Windows system as the user guide claim that it should be supported, I cannot find out the feature button or tab when I do the commit on the EGit interface. I will appreciate your help with this situation.

Joshua

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Sorry, I just see the TeamCity tab in the tool bar after I install the TeamCity plug-in, and I meet another problem.

I have open project with C/C++->Makefile Project with Existing Code from my local Git repository and try to make the run remote run. Unfortunately, Eclipse show me the "No suitble modifiled files found for Remote Run." message window, and I have no idea about the TeamCity plugin cannot detect my local changes and also show "You are not watching any projects"

Joshua

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I see exactly the same message. I have enabled the debug options listed in https://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/TCD10/Reporting+Issues#ReportingIssues-LogginginTeamCityEclipseplugin but that does not really show anything useful as to why the found commits are disregarded.

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Thanks Tonny, I will try the debug mode enabled in my side to dig some findings as your advice.

BTW, I cannot find any troubleshooting information about my issue, so I'm not sure whether I miss something configurations or it's a real bug on my installed version.

 

Joshua 

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Hello,

Sorry for delay in replying. Is the issue still actual? Please use the following section to investigate the issue and provide us with additional information noted in the section.

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Hi Alina,

 

Yes, the issue is still present. I just check the section link you advised, but it seems for IntelliJ IDEA but Eclipse.

Do you have any suggestion for the TeamCity plug-in of Eclipse or what the additional information may I provide to you?\

 

Joshua

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Hello

I could reproduce the error message 'No suitable modified files found in Eclipse Remote Run' by updating git local repository's remote url. Then the error could be blocking me to trigger remote run in Eclipse for a while, somehow after I kick off run job for the target project in webUI without any change, the remote run could be back to work in Eclipse. Also the debug log is similar as in TW-48506.

Could Eclipse teamcity plugin team suggest how to make sure the teamcity plugin could detect local change successfully? Is that possible to define the resource and also target build configuration explicitly like command line does?

Regards

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