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Jmaki [message #472733] Sat, 05 August 2006 15:41 Go to next message
Aaron Cohen is currently offline Aaron CohenFriend
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Is there anyway to make jmaki work with eclipse?

https://ajax.dev.java.net/
Re: Jmaki [message #472734 is a reply to message #472733] Mon, 07 August 2006 17:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron BatemanFriend
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Aaron,

It depends what you mean by "make work". I don't know much about jMaki,
but from what I can tell, it can operate as a JSF 1.1 compatible tag
library. If this is the case, then yes you can use with the latest
version of WTP 1.5/JSF 0.5 tooling.

What you will need to do is:

1) Select an app server to do you testing on. The web page says that
Glassfish has been verified so this is probably your best bet for a first
try.

2) Figure out how to configure your app server in Eclipse/WTP -- you need
to download Eclipse 3.2, WTP 1.5 including all dependencies listed on the
on the dl page and JSF 0.5 (near the bottom of the WTP download page).
You will need to refer to the WTP docs on how to add your server
configuration.

3) Add the tag libraries for jMaki to your JSF library dependencies. We
have a tutorial in our online docs that will show you how to create a Web
project under Eclipse with the correct configuration including a wizard
for adding your tag library dependencies (jars).

4) Then simply try to write a JSP page using the jMaki tags you are
interested in and give it a try.

I'll be happy to help you troubleshoot any issues that I can.


--Cam

Aaron Cohen wrote:

> Is there anyway to make jmaki work with eclipse?

> https://ajax.dev.java.net/
Re: Jmaki [message #472736 is a reply to message #472734] Mon, 07 August 2006 20:12 Go to previous message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron BatemanFriend
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
I tried Jmaki and have some problems with it. You can try to bring their
example application into the Eclipse by doing a import on their war file.
This works, but there are a number of syntax errors in their jsp files.
Even once these are fixed, I get ArrayOutOfBoundsException's when trying
to load the index.jsp. I don't seem to have any source, so I can't tell
whether this is a bug in the jMaki code or a problem running under Tomcat
(may test container).

Let me know what experience you have under Glassfish.


--Cam
Re: Jmaki [message #604650 is a reply to message #472733] Mon, 07 August 2006 17:33 Go to previous message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron BatemanFriend
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Aaron,

It depends what you mean by "make work". I don't know much about jMaki,
but from what I can tell, it can operate as a JSF 1.1 compatible tag
library. If this is the case, then yes you can use with the latest
version of WTP 1.5/JSF 0.5 tooling.

What you will need to do is:

1) Select an app server to do you testing on. The web page says that
Glassfish has been verified so this is probably your best bet for a first
try.

2) Figure out how to configure your app server in Eclipse/WTP -- you need
to download Eclipse 3.2, WTP 1.5 including all dependencies listed on the
on the dl page and JSF 0.5 (near the bottom of the WTP download page).
You will need to refer to the WTP docs on how to add your server
configuration.

3) Add the tag libraries for jMaki to your JSF library dependencies. We
have a tutorial in our online docs that will show you how to create a Web
project under Eclipse with the correct configuration including a wizard
for adding your tag library dependencies (jars).

4) Then simply try to write a JSP page using the jMaki tags you are
interested in and give it a try.

I'll be happy to help you troubleshoot any issues that I can.


--Cam

Aaron Cohen wrote:

> Is there anyway to make jmaki work with eclipse?

> https://ajax.dev.java.net/
Re: Jmaki [message #604655 is a reply to message #472734] Mon, 07 August 2006 20:12 Go to previous message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron BatemanFriend
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
I tried Jmaki and have some problems with it. You can try to bring their
example application into the Eclipse by doing a import on their war file.
This works, but there are a number of syntax errors in their jsp files.
Even once these are fixed, I get ArrayOutOfBoundsException's when trying
to load the index.jsp. I don't seem to have any source, so I can't tell
whether this is a bug in the jMaki code or a problem running under Tomcat
(may test container).

Let me know what experience you have under Glassfish.


--Cam
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