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How to Integarte JBoss with Eclipse

 
Sv Kumar
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Dear all,

Please help me to integrate JBoss with Elcispe to geneartea nd deploy EJB.

and also tell me which versions of Eclipse and JBoss can be integared to deploy EJB.

Regards
Kumar
 
Paul Sturrock
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You've got choices. You can get an IDE plugin for Eclipse such as MyEclipse or JBossIDE and follow the accompanying documentation. Or you can use Remote Debugging from standard eclipse.

By the way - your display name is not going to last.
 
Saman Perera
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Hi Vijay

are u try to use Eclipse and Jboss to developed J2EE/EJB Project first You want Eclipse 3.0 or Eclipse 3.1 and relavent JBoss IDE plug in for eclipse please install the eclipse and install the jboss IDE plug in and start the Eclipse and following web site's this tutorial for EJB development

http://www.laliluna.de/tutorials.html

Thanking You

Saman
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Good Luck
 
Paul Smiley
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The JBoss IDE plugin for Eclipse 3.1 does not work. Still waiting for a usable product, but no response from JBoss.
 
Peter Rooke
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There is also the Lamboz plugin ObjectLearn.
 
Steve Vittoria
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Does the Lamboz plugin work with Eclipse 3.1?

I hope it's not much longer till the JBoss people release a 3.1 compliant plugin.
 
Russell Wurth
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In case anyone does a search on this topic in the future, the plugin is actually called Lomboz.
 
Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Paul Sturrock:
By the way - your display name is not going to last.

Paul is right--it won't last. That's because "Vijay" doesn't comply with our
naming policy which requires a full name consisting of a first name and a last name.

So, Vijay, please take a moment to edit your display name accordingly.

Thanks.
 
Dale Seng
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Originally posted by Paul Smiley:
The JBoss IDE plugin for Eclipse 3.1 does not work. Still waiting for a usable product, but no response from JBoss.

You need the correct version of the plug-in. It does work, and it works without error, but if you do the typical (hey, I did it), download latest Eclipse and download latest JBoss IDE plugin, it will fail, left and right.

Here's the deal: Eclipse and JBoss IDE have their own beta release, production release schedules. If I choose version "A" of Eclipse and build my JBoss IDE to work with that, then fine. The problem comes when version "A" isn't the default one that many people have. I forget the exact version, but if you got to JBoss.org, and look in the forum there, you should find the "magic combination" that works.

--Dale--
 
Dale Seng
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Originally posted by Russell Wurth:
In case anyone does a search on this topic in the future, the plugin is actually called Lomboz.

The Lomboz plugin is different than the JBoss IDE plugin. I have used both. I used Lomboz for an EJB project (used that one first for an outside project), then at work I introduced JBoss-IDE because we will be buying support from JBoss, and that way we're supported. But nothing was wrong with Lomboz.

--Dale--
 
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