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JBoss in Netbeans

Andrei Antonescu
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Joined: Jul 08, 2010
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Hello all,

I am a beginner at JBOSS. I usually use Netbeans 7. I have added the JBOSS 6.10 as a server in Netbeans 7 and unfortunately it doesn't work. It can't find the "logging.properties" file.
Can you please help me fix this? Or please suggest a better IDE for working with JBOSS.

Thanks in advance
Ifteqar Ald
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Eclipse is best to work with Jboss
Peter Johnson
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Which "logging.properties" file do you mean? What version of JBoss AS are you using?

JBoss Tools is a series of extensions to Eclipse that provide very good integration with JBoss AS (all versions).


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Andrei Antonescu
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Thanks for the Eclipse tip. I shall try it.

I am using Netbeans 7.1 and JBoss 6.10. I don't really know what logging.properties Netbeans is talking about. It doesn't give me any details.
It seems Netbeans 7.1 seems to "work" with JBoss 6.0, but It makes my Netbeans very slow, and sometimes it just crashes.

So If Eclipse is that good, I shall stop using Netbeans at this project.

 
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