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Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195185] Fri, 29 June 2007 17:00 Go to next message
David Williams is currently offline David WilliamsFriend
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In case anyone has missed it, with all the other announcments
and releases at Eclipse,

The Eclipse Web Tools Platform 2.0 [1] is now available
as part of the Eclipse Europa Release [2].

This release provides many new features along with improved
quality, adopter readiness, and harmony with other Eclipse projects.
Web Developers will be particularly pleased with the debut of major
new features and updates supporting Java EE 5 projects, EJB 3.0,
JPA, JSP 2.0, JSF 1.2, Axis2 Web Services, improved Server tooling,
and improved editing.

As always, much thanks to you, our community, who helps made this possible.


[1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/2.0/
[2] http://www.eclipse.org/europa/
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195256 is a reply to message #195185] Sat, 30 June 2007 11:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Franz Fehringer is currently offline Franz FehringerFriend
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Hello David,

I installed wtp-all-in-one-sdk-R-2.0-200706260303-win32.zip on Windows
Server 2003 R2/SP2 with Java 1.6u1 and noticed two small issues:
1) In Help -> Software Updates -> Manage Configuration i cannot find any

JSF components/functionality.
I am quite sure that JSF items showed up in this place with
prereleases.
Is JSF functionality available nevertheless?
2) There is a misconfigured component beneath J2EE Standard Tools.
Under SDK for WebPageEditor a feature %featureName shows up.
It has the Copyright %copyright, the Identifier
org.eclipse.jst.webpageeditor.feature.source, the Provider
%providerName and the License Agreement %license.

Regarding 2) what steps would be necessary to correct this manually?

Best regards

Franz


David Williams schrieb:
> In case anyone has missed it, with all the other announcments
> and releases at Eclipse,
>
> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform 2.0 [1] is now available
> as part of the Eclipse Europa Release [2].
>
> This release provides many new features along with improved
> quality, adopter readiness, and harmony with other Eclipse projects.
> Web Developers will be particularly pleased with the debut of major
> new features and updates supporting Java EE 5 projects, EJB 3.0,
> JPA, JSP 2.0, JSF 1.2, Axis2 Web Services, improved Server tooling,
> and improved editing.
>
> As always, much thanks to you, our community, who helps made this possible.
>
>
> [1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/2.0/
> [2] http://www.eclipse.org/europa/
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195346 is a reply to message #195256] Mon, 02 July 2007 10:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kaloyan Raev is currently offline Kaloyan RaevFriend
Messages: 189
Registered: July 2009
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Senior Member
Hi,

I can confirm exactly the same behavior with the same all-in-one package on
Win XP SP2, Java 1.5.0_11.

It seems that the JSF features are missing in the package. Some of the JSF
plugins are available, but I am not sure if all of them. The user is able to
create a JSF-enabled Web project, but in the Web Page Editor the JSF
pallette is missing.

The issue is not recoverable with the Update Manager - it says that the
installation is up to date.
Also, if I try to download wtp-sdk-R-2.0-200706260303.zip separately and
extract it over the all-in-one installation, then nothing new happens.

Greetings,
Kaloyan

"Franz Fehringer" <fehrin@t-online.de> wrote in message
news:4686381F.1050901@t-online.de...
> Hello David,
>
> I installed wtp-all-in-one-sdk-R-2.0-200706260303-win32.zip on Windows
> Server 2003 R2/SP2 with Java 1.6u1 and noticed two small issues:
> 1) In Help -> Software Updates -> Manage Configuration i cannot find any
> JSF components/functionality.
> I am quite sure that JSF items showed up in this place with
> prereleases.
> Is JSF functionality available nevertheless?
> 2) There is a misconfigured component beneath J2EE Standard Tools.
> Under SDK for WebPageEditor a feature %featureName shows up.
> It has the Copyright %copyright, the Identifier
> org.eclipse.jst.webpageeditor.feature.source, the Provider
> %providerName and the License Agreement %license.
>
> Regarding 2) what steps would be necessary to correct this manually?
>
> Best regards
>
> Franz
>
>
> David Williams schrieb:
>> In case anyone has missed it, with all the other announcments
>> and releases at Eclipse,
>>
>> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform 2.0 [1] is now available
>> as part of the Eclipse Europa Release [2].
>>
>> This release provides many new features along with improved
>> quality, adopter readiness, and harmony with other Eclipse projects.
>> Web Developers will be particularly pleased with the debut of major
>> new features and updates supporting Java EE 5 projects, EJB 3.0,
>> JPA, JSP 2.0, JSF 1.2, Axis2 Web Services, improved Server tooling,
>> and improved editing.
>>
>> As always, much thanks to you, our community, who helps made this
>> possible.
>>
>>
>> [1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/2.0/
>> [2] http://www.eclipse.org/europa/
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195354 is a reply to message #195346] Mon, 02 July 2007 12:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kaloyan Raev is currently offline Kaloyan RaevFriend
Messages: 189
Registered: July 2009
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Senior Member
About the JSF pallettes - it was my fault. I hadn't specified JSF Impl
library in the JSF web project. After I added the Sun JSF libs I can now see
the JSF pallettes in the Web Page editor.

About the missing JSF feature: I took a look into the last RCs and the
structure hasn't actually changed. May be this is the way the JSF team
decided to organize the plugins.

Franz, do you actually miss some JSF functionality?


"Kaloyan Raev" <kaloyan.raev@sap.com> wrote in message
news:f6alml$p15$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi,
>
> I can confirm exactly the same behavior with the same all-in-one package
> on Win XP SP2, Java 1.5.0_11.
>
> It seems that the JSF features are missing in the package. Some of the JSF
> plugins are available, but I am not sure if all of them. The user is able
> to create a JSF-enabled Web project, but in the Web Page Editor the JSF
> pallette is missing.
>
> The issue is not recoverable with the Update Manager - it says that the
> installation is up to date.
> Also, if I try to download wtp-sdk-R-2.0-200706260303.zip separately and
> extract it over the all-in-one installation, then nothing new happens.
>
> Greetings,
> Kaloyan
>
> "Franz Fehringer" <fehrin@t-online.de> wrote in message
> news:4686381F.1050901@t-online.de...
>> Hello David,
>>
>> I installed wtp-all-in-one-sdk-R-2.0-200706260303-win32.zip on Windows
>> Server 2003 R2/SP2 with Java 1.6u1 and noticed two small issues:
>> 1) In Help -> Software Updates -> Manage Configuration i cannot find any
>> JSF components/functionality.
>> I am quite sure that JSF items showed up in this place with
>> prereleases.
>> Is JSF functionality available nevertheless?
>> 2) There is a misconfigured component beneath J2EE Standard Tools.
>> Under SDK for WebPageEditor a feature %featureName shows up.
>> It has the Copyright %copyright, the Identifier
>> org.eclipse.jst.webpageeditor.feature.source, the Provider
>> %providerName and the License Agreement %license.
>>
>> Regarding 2) what steps would be necessary to correct this manually?
>>
>> Best regards
>>
>> Franz
>>
>>
>> David Williams schrieb:
>>> In case anyone has missed it, with all the other announcments
>>> and releases at Eclipse,
>>>
>>> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform 2.0 [1] is now available
>>> as part of the Eclipse Europa Release [2].
>>>
>>> This release provides many new features along with improved
>>> quality, adopter readiness, and harmony with other Eclipse projects.
>>> Web Developers will be particularly pleased with the debut of major
>>> new features and updates supporting Java EE 5 projects, EJB 3.0,
>>> JPA, JSP 2.0, JSF 1.2, Axis2 Web Services, improved Server tooling,
>>> and improved editing.
>>>
>>> As always, much thanks to you, our community, who helps made this
>>> possible.
>>>
>>>
>>> [1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/2.0/
>>> [2] http://www.eclipse.org/europa/
>
>
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195393 is a reply to message #195354] Mon, 02 July 2007 16:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Franz Fehringer is currently offline Franz FehringerFriend
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Member
As David Williams explained to me, the JSF issue is as to be expected
(functionality migrated into some JST package) and he has seen the
misconfiguration issue too (missing property file), but this is a minor one.

Franz


Kaloyan Raev schrieb:
> About the JSF pallettes - it was my fault. I hadn't specified JSF Impl
> library in the JSF web project. After I added the Sun JSF libs I can now see
> the JSF pallettes in the Web Page editor.
>
> About the missing JSF feature: I took a look into the last RCs and the
> structure hasn't actually changed. May be this is the way the JSF team
> decided to organize the plugins.
>
> Franz, do you actually miss some JSF functionality?
>
>
> "Kaloyan Raev" <kaloyan.raev@sap.com> wrote in message
> news:f6alml$p15$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> Hi,
>>
>> I can confirm exactly the same behavior with the same all-in-one package
>> on Win XP SP2, Java 1.5.0_11.
>>
>> It seems that the JSF features are missing in the package. Some of the JSF
>> plugins are available, but I am not sure if all of them. The user is able
>> to create a JSF-enabled Web project, but in the Web Page Editor the JSF
>> pallette is missing.
>>
>> The issue is not recoverable with the Update Manager - it says that the
>> installation is up to date.
>> Also, if I try to download wtp-sdk-R-2.0-200706260303.zip separately and
>> extract it over the all-in-one installation, then nothing new happens.
>>
>> Greetings,
>> Kaloyan
>>
>> "Franz Fehringer" <fehrin@t-online.de> wrote in message
>> news:4686381F.1050901@t-online.de...
>>> Hello David,
>>>
>>> I installed wtp-all-in-one-sdk-R-2.0-200706260303-win32.zip on Windows
>>> Server 2003 R2/SP2 with Java 1.6u1 and noticed two small issues:
>>> 1) In Help -> Software Updates -> Manage Configuration i cannot find any
>>> JSF components/functionality.
>>> I am quite sure that JSF items showed up in this place with
>>> prereleases.
>>> Is JSF functionality available nevertheless?
>>> 2) There is a misconfigured component beneath J2EE Standard Tools.
>>> Under SDK for WebPageEditor a feature %featureName shows up.
>>> It has the Copyright %copyright, the Identifier
>>> org.eclipse.jst.webpageeditor.feature.source, the Provider
>>> %providerName and the License Agreement %license.
>>>
>>> Regarding 2) what steps would be necessary to correct this manually?
>>>
>>> Best regards
>>>
>>> Franz
>>>
>>>
>>> David Williams schrieb:
>>>> In case anyone has missed it, with all the other announcments
>>>> and releases at Eclipse,
>>>>
>>>> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform 2.0 [1] is now available
>>>> as part of the Eclipse Europa Release [2].
>>>>
>>>> This release provides many new features along with improved
>>>> quality, adopter readiness, and harmony with other Eclipse projects.
>>>> Web Developers will be particularly pleased with the debut of major
>>>> new features and updates supporting Java EE 5 projects, EJB 3.0,
>>>> JPA, JSP 2.0, JSF 1.2, Axis2 Web Services, improved Server tooling,
>>>> and improved editing.
>>>>
>>>> As always, much thanks to you, our community, who helps made this
>>>> possible.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> [1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/2.0/
>>>> [2] http://www.eclipse.org/europa/
>>
>
>
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195535 is a reply to message #195185] Tue, 03 July 2007 11:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Paulo Pinto is currently offline Paulo PintoFriend
Messages: 12
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Junior Member
Hi,

is there any idea when graphical editors for the configuration
XML files will be available?

Similar to the ones in RAD.

Thanks,
Paulo Pinto

"David Williams" <david_williams@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:op.tuoz7jrdac05ss@dmw2t23.ibm.com...
>
> In case anyone has missed it, with all the other announcments
> and releases at Eclipse,
>
> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform 2.0 [1] is now available
> as part of the Eclipse Europa Release [2].
>
> This release provides many new features along with improved
> quality, adopter readiness, and harmony with other Eclipse projects.
> Web Developers will be particularly pleased with the debut of major
> new features and updates supporting Java EE 5 projects, EJB 3.0,
> JPA, JSP 2.0, JSF 1.2, Axis2 Web Services, improved Server tooling,
> and improved editing.
>
> As always, much thanks to you, our community, who helps made this
> possible.
>
>
> [1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/2.0/
> [2] http://www.eclipse.org/europa/
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195652 is a reply to message #195535] Wed, 04 July 2007 20:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nitin Dahyabhai is currently offline Nitin DahyabhaiFriend
Messages: 2342
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Paulo Pinto wrote:
> is there any idea when graphical editors for the configuration
> XML files will be available?
>
> Similar to the ones in RAD.

At the moment there aren't any firm plans to create any such
editors, but then I'm not sure which configuration files you're
referring to specifically.

--
Nitin Dahyabhai
Structured Source Editor


---
Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse WTP, IBM
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195779 is a reply to message #195185] Fri, 06 July 2007 06:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sean Dockery is currently offline Sean DockeryFriend
Messages: 5
Registered: July 2009
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Hello David.

What is the difference between the WebTools 2.0 and the (much smaller)
Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers distribution? What does one get with the
WebTools distribution that one doesn't get with the Eclipse IDE for Java EE
Developers distribution?

Thanks.



"David Williams" <david_williams@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:op.tuoz7jrdac05ss@dmw2t23.ibm.com...
>
> In case anyone has missed it, with all the other announcments
> and releases at Eclipse,
>
> The Eclipse Web Tools Platform 2.0 [1] is now available
> as part of the Eclipse Europa Release [2].
>
> This release provides many new features along with improved
> quality, adopter readiness, and harmony with other Eclipse projects.
> Web Developers will be particularly pleased with the debut of major
> new features and updates supporting Java EE 5 projects, EJB 3.0,
> JPA, JSP 2.0, JSF 1.2, Axis2 Web Services, improved Server tooling,
> and improved editing.
>
> As always, much thanks to you, our community, who helps made this
> possible.
>
>
> [1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/2.0/
> [2] http://www.eclipse.org/europa/
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #195836 is a reply to message #195779] Sat, 07 July 2007 14:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: kosta.bea.com

Sean Dockery wrote:
> Hello David.
>
> What is the difference between the WebTools 2.0 and the (much smaller)
> Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers distribution? What does one get with the
> WebTools distribution that one doesn't get with the Eclipse IDE for Java EE
> Developers distribution?
>
> Thanks.

The Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers does not include source code or
extender documentation (user documentation is included) for any of the
components. It is meant for end users who will not be writing extensions.

- Konstantin
Re: Announcing Webtools 2.0 [message #196229 is a reply to message #195779] Thu, 12 July 2007 02:32 Go to previous message
David Williams is currently offline David WilliamsFriend
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On Fri, 06 Jul 2007 02:43:57 -0400, Sean Dockery <dockerysean@gmail.com> wrote:

Konstantin explained the difference in size ... it's the SDK/Source difference.
The Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers actually has more slighlty more function in it,
namely Mylyn. Others than the SDK/Source and Mylyn, I think they are the same.
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