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Eclipse 3 with JRun 3 [message #66428] Tue, 18 January 2005 03:11 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: dstamenkovic.nospam.audioproducts.com.au

Hi

I've just finished importing my Java website into Eclipse and I'm very
happy with Eclipse's functionality compared to the old manual way that I
was doing things.

However I have my Java website running currently on Jrun 3, using some
Jrun specific authentication.

I know there is a Jrun 3 plugin available for Eclipse 2 from some Japanese
site, as well as a Jrun 4 plugin for Eclipse 3 (as part of myeclipse) but
does anyone know how I can get Jrun 3 to play with Eclipse 3 so I can
launch it from within Eclipse and do debugging of servlets.

If I do end up getting Jrun 4, would I run into any issues in using the
MyEclipse plugin for Jrun because I'm also using the nitroX plugin for JSP
development/ debugging. My idea would be to develop jsps using nitroX then
deploy it using the myEclipse plugin. Does this sound feasible?

Any comments appreciated
Dejan
Eclipse 3 with JRun 3.1 and JSP editor [message #66727 is a reply to message #66428] Sun, 20 February 2005 16:17 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: samar.hossam.web.de

Hi Dejan,

Unfortunalrtely, I am not able to help you. I am new to JRun (I always
worked with Tomcat) and I have to develop a project using it. I guess you
may have an answer to my questions.

1. I am using Eclipse 3.0 and JRun 3.1. How can I make them work together?
2. I was searching for a plugin for editing and debugging jsp pages. Do
you recommend any specific one?

Thanks in advance,
Samar

samar.hossam@web.de

Dejan wrote:

> Hi

> I've just finished importing my Java website into Eclipse and I'm very
> happy with Eclipse's functionality compared to the old manual way that I
> was doing things.

> However I have my Java website running currently on Jrun 3, using some
> Jrun specific authentication.

> I know there is a Jrun 3 plugin available for Eclipse 2 from some Japanese
> site, as well as a Jrun 4 plugin for Eclipse 3 (as part of myeclipse) but
> does anyone know how I can get Jrun 3 to play with Eclipse 3 so I can
> launch it from within Eclipse and do debugging of servlets.

> If I do end up getting Jrun 4, would I run into any issues in using the
> MyEclipse plugin for Jrun because I'm also using the nitroX plugin for JSP
> development/ debugging. My idea would be to develop jsps using nitroX then
> deploy it using the myEclipse plugin. Does this sound feasible?

> Any comments appreciated
> Dejan
Eclipse 3 with JRun 3.1 and JSP editor [message #598391 is a reply to message #66428] Sun, 20 February 2005 16:17 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: samar.hossam.web.de

Hi Dejan,

Unfortunalrtely, I am not able to help you. I am new to JRun (I always
worked with Tomcat) and I have to develop a project using it. I guess you
may have an answer to my questions.

1. I am using Eclipse 3.0 and JRun 3.1. How can I make them work together?
2. I was searching for a plugin for editing and debugging jsp pages. Do
you recommend any specific one?

Thanks in advance,
Samar

samar.hossam@web.de

Dejan wrote:

> Hi

> I've just finished importing my Java website into Eclipse and I'm very
> happy with Eclipse's functionality compared to the old manual way that I
> was doing things.

> However I have my Java website running currently on Jrun 3, using some
> Jrun specific authentication.

> I know there is a Jrun 3 plugin available for Eclipse 2 from some Japanese
> site, as well as a Jrun 4 plugin for Eclipse 3 (as part of myeclipse) but
> does anyone know how I can get Jrun 3 to play with Eclipse 3 so I can
> launch it from within Eclipse and do debugging of servlets.

> If I do end up getting Jrun 4, would I run into any issues in using the
> MyEclipse plugin for Jrun because I'm also using the nitroX plugin for JSP
> development/ debugging. My idea would be to develop jsps using nitroX then
> deploy it using the myEclipse plugin. Does this sound feasible?

> Any comments appreciated
> Dejan
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