Hi Mike, I know you already figured this out yourself but just wanted to write up some instructions for others who find this post.

The Eclipse documentation will contain separate sections for each plug-in. To filter on only the "InterSystems Atelier User Guide":

  1. Select the Scope link next to the search box
  2. Pick the radio button for "Show only the following topics"
  3. Click the New button
  4. Check the Atelier guide and give this scope a name
  5. Click OK > OK

The documentation is also available online here, where it contains only the Workbench and Atelier User Guides.

I just wanted to share a couple other Atelier tools I find useful that have some similar functionality to the Studio Inspector. The first is the Atelier Outline View. This shows the currently defined members of a file (parameters, properties, methods, etc):

The second tool is the Quick Outline, which you access using cmd+O on Mac or ctrl+O on Windows. The first time you hit cmd+O/ctrl+O you will see a list of members defined in the current class:

You can then hit cmd+O/ctrl+O again to show the inherited members, along with which class each member comes from. The inherited members show up in a lighter gray font instead of black:

You can also start typing in this box to narrow down the list:

This error can occur for a number of reasons. It could have to do with a firewall, a proxy server, etc. on your system. This is an Eclipse error, outside of InterSystems technologies - your best bet will probably be to Google the error.

I assume that by the droppins version you mean the standalone Atelier client? Starting with the 1.1.386 release, we dropped support for the standalone Atelier client. There was an announcement in the Developer Community here.

You will need to install Eclipse OXYGEN and add the Atelier plug-in. Detailed instructions can be found in the article linked above, or on the Atelier download site, intersystems.com/atelier.

If you are still having trouble installing the Atelier plug-in, I would suggest opening a WRC case with Support (by emailing support@intersystems.com or calling 617-621-0700) to investigate what is going wrong on your system.

There are currently no plans to merge the Atelier documentation with the docs for other InterSystems technologies (Caché, Ensemble, HealthShare, InterSystems IRIS Data Platform). Atelier is a separate product and will continue to have its own documentation that follows industry standards for Eclipse plug-ins.

Thanks for the update, Fred. This question was answered in Fred's comment. Adding this so the post shows up as answered.

I'd suggest filing a new case with Support (email support@intersystems.com or call 617-621-0700). That way an advisor can dial in and help troubleshoot your specific case. Then you or the advisor can come back to this post and give an update on the resolution.

Studio's server-side source control hooks are supported in Atelier.

What version of Atelier are you using? What version of Caché? Do you have a successful connection set up to your Caché server? Are you using the Server Explorer view to look for these classes?

I would suggest opening a Support case to investigate (by emailing support@intersystems.com or calling 617-621-0700), since it would probably help for someone to dial into your system.

Glad you found the source of the issue so quickly. I'm posting this as an answer so that your question will be marked as answered in the Developer Community.