and with JMX I mean JAX.
All these abbreviation are making me dizzy :)
I too would like the Web Application to allow Java EE 5. I want to create a web application using jboss. Last night I searched to see if there was a solution, but could not find one. Trying to find an issue in the NetBeans website is cumbersome to say the least.
However, one of the tutorials I tried, called "Facelets, (JBOSS) Seam, NetBeans and GlassFish" went around this problem by creating an Enterprise Application where you were able to select the Java EE 5 version. It also explained how you should go about setting everything up. If you can overlook the misspelled words, then it can be used as a guideline. If interested, here is the link.
Ok, I found this bit of information on JBoss, which I will provide the link below. According to the information, Java EE 5 will be fully implemented in JBoss Application Server 5.
Changes regarding JBoss 5 including creation of web modules compliant with Java EE 5 spec will be integrated into NetBeans 5.5.1 branch within two weeks. It will be integrated into NetBeans trunk (6.0) afterwards.