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Re: Dali Plug-in now available [message #433445] Mon, 19 December 2005 14:38
Neil Hauge is currently offline Neil HaugeFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Haris,

Most of plug-in was developed on WTP .7, but I have done some testing with
WTP 1.0 RC's and things seem to work fine. The only major thing that I
noticed is that you may not see our "Persistence" menu item in the
right-click menu when using the J2EE perspective. This is only needed to
"Add Persistence..." capability to a project, which could be done in the
Java perspective instead.

As for our DB tool, we currently use the RDB component from the WTP. We
plan to migrate to the DTP in synch with WTP, as the RDB component will
eventually be obsolete.

Neil

Haris Peco wrote:

> Neil Hauge wrote:

>> The Dali plug-in is now available at www.eclipse.org/dali.
>>
>> The latest version of the Dali EJB3 ORM plug-in is now available on our
>> project website <96> www.eclipse.org/dali. The download is located in the
>> "Downloads" section, found in the navigation menu on the left side of the
>> project page. Installation instructions and a Getting Started page are
>> provided to get you up and running. Be sure to read the pre-reqs and
>> Notes on the Getting Started page.
>>
>> Please post your comments and questions, as we would greatly appreciate
>> your feedback.
>>
>> Neil

> Neil,
> What version webtools is required - i have wtp 1.0 rc3 and it is too much
> different from 0.7

> What database tools dali use : rdb from wtp or dtp or any special ?

> Thanks
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