|Re: [WAR Product] What is the state of WAR Product? [message #880711 is a reply to message #880632]
||Sat, 02 June 2012 19:32
| Benjamin Wolff
Registered: July 2009
I'm also a bit surprised, that the WAR build is handled rather "stepmotherly" by RAP. I mean, at the end of the day, probably most people deploy their applications as WAR files, especially in an enterprise environment?! To my mind, it is such an essential, that I'm surprised that RAP does not provide a nicely integrated mechanism for that. Why is it necessary to go down the path with Tycho or adapt example projects? The WAR product tooling is probably the most integrated approach. Unfortunately, development is rather "low priority", as you phrased it, so there are some missing features or even showstoppers.
Of course, there is no problem to use other default build chains, a developer should be able to master that! But from own experience, when starting with rap 5 years ago, the way to get a deployable WAR was long and can be quite a hurdle until everything runs smooth ;).
But I'm confident that we'll see some improvement in the future that makes the brilliant RAP framework even more user friendly ;).
Am 02.06.2012 15:55, schrieb Angelo ZERR:
> Hi Holger,
> Many thank's for your reply. I think I will create my own WAR Product for the moment that you will able to download in my future article. I will try to send patches if I have time to improve it.
> Regards Angelo
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