|Re: Export or Deployment Java application to work with Webstart [message #1767831 is a reply to message #1767824]
||Tue, 11 July 2017 12:50
| Stephan Herrmann
Registered: July 2009
Of course, deployment is an essential part of any software development.|
As per the architecture of Eclipse, JDT implements only the most universal approach: exporting a jar file.
Everything beyond that is specific to either a target platform or a particular build technology.
See, e.g., that the Maven integration (m2e) seamlessly lets you create any kind of deployment for which a maven plugin exists.
PDE and tycho are there to deploy any OSGi/Equinox/RCP application.
Lot's of other technologies exist, for which specific export wizards etc. are provided.
The Eclipse community has tons of functionality on offer, it may only be slightly difficult to find, which component (plug-in) provides which function.
The Eclipse packages try to mitigate this by packaging typical sets of plug-ins into one download.
And if not, then the web tools forum will have better answers than we (JDT) can provide.
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