2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 7, 2006 3:20 PM by Gavin King

    Is it possible to integrate Seam with Jdeveloper IDE?

    David Nievas Newbie

      I would like to know if it is possible to integrate Seam with Jdeveloper IDE?
      If yes, where can I find documentation about this?
      If not, Could anyone post me what should I use to prove it?


      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Is it possible to integrate Seam with Jdeveloper IDE?
          Bradley Smith Master

          what do you mean by integrate?

          For example, in my IDE, IntelliJ IDEA, I have a Seam project that includes the seam jars. The IDE simply recognizes the annotations and auto-imports and auto-completes them for me.

          I presume this is true for Eclipse, probably also for Netbeans, etc. provided you import the Seam .jar files into your project and your IDE provides auto-complete features.

          Since much of working with Seam amounts to using the annotations, I am not sure what other kinds of integration make sense....

          • 2. Re: Is it possible to integrate Seam with Jdeveloper IDE?
            Gavin King Master

            Right, we are pretty much IDE neutral for now.

            The kind of IDE support that would be good is:

            * wizards for new project, new component, new page, etc
            * stuff like being able to click to navigate to code from an EL expression, and refactor Seam component names.

            But we're not quite there yet ;-)