3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 4, 2013 9:12 AM by Rob Stryker

    Eclipse plugin for enable WildFly as a Runtime Server

    Sento Niñerola Molina Newbie

      Widfly is comming, but I've not seen any movement or activity to release soon a Eclipse plugin.

       

      Are there any plan about this?

       

      I've read, googlin, that with the JbossTools 4.1 for Eclipse, using de plugin for JBoss EAP 6.1, WildFly works with Eclipse, but I think that this solution is not really good.

       

      Any new about this?

        • 1. Re: Eclipse plugin for enable WildFly as a Runtime Server
          Jesper Skov Newbie

          The next 4.1 release of JbossTools is planned for today, and it should fix the container classpath problem for EAP61 that has been a problem for us.

           

          So I hope that we'll be running EAP61 properly on Monday

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          • 2. Re: Eclipse plugin for enable WildFly as a Runtime Server
            Sento Niñerola Molina Newbie

            Hi one more time!

            First, I'm so sorry for delayed my response.

            Second, thank you for your answer, Jesper. Yes, when I readed your post, I tried with the plugin for JBoss EAP61 and Eclipse was able to run the WildFly Alpha1.

             

            But there is a big BUT: it's right, Eclipse with the plugin of EAP61 let me use Wildfly, BUT it only let me create JEE 6 Projects!

             

            If WildFly is "targeting JEE7", this solution is not good.

             

            So, I've to redo my question:

            Widfly is comming (today is 04-Nov, and the release day is 11-Nov), but I've not seen any movement or activity to release soon a Eclipse plugin that let me create a JEE7 Project. Are there any plan about this, seen that with the EAP61 plugin is not posible create JEE7 projects?

            • 3. Re: Eclipse plugin for enable WildFly as a Runtime Server
              Rob Stryker Master

              You may use the JBossTools 4.1.1.Beta1 release when it comes out.  You don't need to use the EAP6.1 server adapter. There is a wildfly adapter included in our tools, and it does support all of wtp's java-ee facets for EE7. The adapter is marked as experimental because upstream, wildfly has not yet reached GA / Final, so our support for it is still marked as experimental.

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