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In the BlackBerry UEM Integration SDK version 12.8, some plug-in build instructions have been removed from the plug-in build.gradle file and are now handled by the SDK build tooling. If you are upgrading from the SDK for UEM 12.7 to the SDK for UEM 12.8 or later, this change has two implications:
  • Importing a plug-in into your Eclipse environment with the 12.8 SDK will fail
  • The plug-in standalone build process will fail

To correct this issue, remove the following build instructions from the plug-in build.gradle file: snapinManifest, translations, zip. If you import an existing plug-in with UI and Core launchers and integrate it with a new UEM instance, you may need to regenerate the UI and Core server launchers.

If you installed BlackBerry UEM before you installed the JDK, when you try to compile and build a plug-in package from the command line (g zip), the process may fail. (2201514)

Workaround: After you install the JDK, add the following to Enviroment Variables > System variables:
  • JAVA_HOME: <file path to the jdk_version folder> (for example, C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_112)
  • CLASSPATH: .;%JAVA_HOME%\lib;%JAVA_HOME%\jre\lib
  • PATH: <your_unique_entries>;%JAVA_HOME%\bin

When you start the process to integrate your Eclipse development environment with the local UEM installation, a window prompts you to choose which UEM services to stop so that you can complete the integration. After you select the services and click OK, the integration process does not stop the services. (2195939)

Workaround: In the Windows Services, stop the UEM services manually.

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