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Migrating from JBuilder to Europa using Resin [message #195926] Tue, 10 July 2007 10:48 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: john.steel.phonewebcam.com

I'm following http://www.bachansoft.com/tutorials/web/eclipse_resin.html
which seems to be pre-Europa, but have a question anyway.

When you define a server using Window | Preferences | Installed Runtimes |
Add.. you are asked to point to a folder which contains the servers
libraries. This then appears under Libraries in the Java Resources: src
leaf of the project tree. Resin/JBuilder can use ant-style folder
recursion such that all the jars in lib/ and it subfolders are picked up.
This is useful for placing 3rd party (to Resin) libs and internally
developed ones, which are server wide. I thought for a moment the server
definition in "Edit Server Runtime" would allow multiple paths in the
Location: field separated by ;, but its not so. I have defined separate
libraries for each explicit path and use Build Path... in the project tree
to add them.

This is cumbersome as we have many JBuilder projects. Have I missed
something please? Thanks.

-- John
http://www.phonewebcam.com
Re: Migrating from JBuilder to Europa using Resin [message #195988 is a reply to message #195926] Tue, 10 July 2007 15:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Angel Vera is currently offline Angel Vera
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Registered: July 2009
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Have you tried using the User libraries preferences, you may find it
handy and is probably what you want to do..?

Window -> Preferences -> Java -> Build Path -> User Libraries




john.steel@phonewebcam.com (John Steel) wrote in
news:94e07d1265eee82c7ee9817ed363aa2c$1@www.eclipse.org:

> I'm following
> http://www.bachansoft.com/tutorials/web/eclipse_resin.html which seems
> to be pre-Europa, but have a question anyway.
>
> When you define a server using Window | Preferences | Installed
> Runtimes | Add.. you are asked to point to a folder which contains the
> servers libraries. This then appears under Libraries in the Java
> Resources: src leaf of the project tree. Resin/JBuilder can use
> ant-style folder recursion such that all the jars in lib/ and it
> subfolders are picked up. This is useful for placing 3rd party (to
> Resin) libs and internally developed ones, which are server wide. I
> thought for a moment the server definition in "Edit Server Runtime"
> would allow multiple paths in the Location: field separated by ;, but
> its not so. I have defined separate libraries for each explicit path
> and use Build Path... in the project tree to add them.
>
> This is cumbersome as we have many JBuilder projects. Have I missed
> something please? Thanks.
>
> -- John
> http://www.phonewebcam.com
>
>


Regards,
--
Angel Vera
WTP Server Tools Developer
Re: Migrating from JBuilder to Europa using Resin [message #195996 is a reply to message #195988] Tue, 10 July 2007 19:56 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: john.steel.phonewebcam.com

Thanks, that was it.

-- John
http://www.phonewebcam.com
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