The Plugin for WildFly Application Server ican be found in the NetBeans 8.2 Plugin Portal. You may add the Url http://updates.netbeans.org/netbeans/updates/8.2/uc/final/distribution/catalog.xml.gz in the Plugins settings
Unfortunately no. This used to work for Netbeans 10. Not for the new version Netbeans 11.
I guess the reason is that the 'NetBeans 8.2 Plugin Portal' is not selected by default. So if you select this Plugin and re install 'Base IDE' it should be OK.
Excuse me but I don't get it. If I'm gonna reinstall Base IDE from 8.2
Plugin Portal then why upgrade to 11 in the beggining. Tried and
uninstalled Base IDE and Netbeans won't start. I'm forced to install it
What I am trying to say is that the 'NetBeans 8.2 Plugin Portal' is apparently not selected in the 'Plugins' panel when installing Apache NetBeans IDE 11.0.
That's why the Base IDE is installed without JBoss/WildFly-Support (eg org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar).
Therefore if you uninstall the 'Base IDE' Plugin, then activate the 'NetBeans 8.2 Plugin Portal' and then install the 'Base IDE' Plugin again it should be OK.
At least this worked in my environment.
Btw. I am only refering to "Plugins"
not to re installing NetBeans
Thank you for your kind help. I prefer for now to wait for something more
official rather than break my work with possible random ide errors.
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There are licensing issue with the schemas and code from WildFly. This should be resolved soon.
then we will be able to move the code back in Apache NetBeans 12 I hope.
I am using wildfly-maven-plugin and it works. (But no deploy on save option)
<java-opts>-Xms1024m -Xmx1024m -XX:MetaspaceSize=256M -XX:MaxMetaspaceSize=512m -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true</java-opts>
I guess you are referring to NetBeans issues. This should be applied to JIRA https://issues.apache.org/jira/projects/NETBEANS
But from above I understand there are still a couple of issues with NetBeans 11 (especially when including the WildFly Plugin from the NetBeans 8.2 Plugin Porta)
This is a simple issue to fix. First download the pulging from the Netbeans Plugging Website.
Then goto the tools->pluggins window; select the Downloaded tab. Then select the Add Pluggins button.
This will give you a simple screen for navigating to the downloaded plugin and adding it to Netbeans.
Also the source code is still available under the contrib folder so you can still build it.