|Re: using WTP in Helios [message #531313 is a reply to message #531257]
||Tue, 04 May 2010 14:17
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
> I've been using eclipse for a long time.
> I just downloaded the latest Helios M6 for EE developers, and I was
> trying to open existing projects that I have. it seems the dynamic web
> projects cannot run as is. when looking in the project properties I
> noticed that it is changed from my Galileo (EE dependencies are gone for
> example). Is there some kind of migration document that I can use?
I believe the Helios M7 release is scheduled to come out the end of this
week. You can run WTP 3.2M7 now if you are willing to combine the
individual zips. I would recommend giving M7 a try and skipping M6.
The behavior of the "Deployment Assembly" page (the replacement for the
"Java EE Module Dependencies" page) was a bit rough in M6. It's
behavior is better in M7, but not without issues still to be fixed.
Also, fair number of changes to WTP have been made since M6. See the
"bugs that were fixed" link on the WTP 3.2 M7 - New and Noteworthy
page for details.
Your existing projects are expected to be compatible. If you have
issues with M7, check if a Bug already exists, and if not report one.
There is still time to fix things, but not a lot.
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