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Eclipse and OC4J 10.1.2

 
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I am on a project that currently uses IntelliJ. For various reasons we are investigating Eclipse. I see some documentation on the Web Tools Project for deploying to OC4J 10.1.3 (which, for those unfamiliar with Oracle's crazy numbering scheme, is a significant upgrade from 10.1.2). Will this tool or another tool support version 10.1.2? Does anybody have tip on using Eclipse with OC4J 10.1.2?

Right now the version of IntelliJ that we are using does not have any built in support for OC4J. We build using an Ant script to compile and generate an EAR file that gets copied over to the OC4J applications folder. OC4J does a decent job of hot deploying the changed EAR file, but the full compile and deploy cycle takes 5+ minutes.

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