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From kroekle <>
Subject Re: Success with app servers in Eclipse WTP - Hot Deploy
Date Wed, 30 Apr 2008 17:16:07 GMT

To ask Bobby's question another way, when using the IvyDE plugin what success
have people had with using ivy to control the classpath/deployment to the
local app server for development & debugging?  We are having problems
getting the correct projects/jars to deploy in order to do local development
work.  Our "application" is broken up into several eclipse "projects" and we
would like to be able to use ivy to control what needs to be deployed and to
be able to debug through Eclipse without having to run build scripts and
restarting the app server.

Do some app servers work better then others with IvyDE?  Is there some
special configuration that needs to be done?  What successful setups have
people used?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



Robert Voliva wrote:
> Hello,
> We are trying to migrate from MyEclipse to Eclipse - at the same time
> bringing in Ivy.  All is well with Ivy, but we're having issues finding an
> app server that works well with WTP in Eclipse.  We typically use Tomcat,
> but the known issues with Tomcat/Eclipse where the hot deploy doesn't work
> (
> keeps us from going with Tomcat.
> I've tried Glassfish, but it keeps erroring out on startup.  It complains
> about an "invalid TLD resource path", and two "ClassNotFoundException"s on
> filters that are most definitely deployed with the application.
> So, I guess my question is two-fold.  One, any ideas what's wrong with
> Glassfish here?  Second, and perhaps most importantly, what app servers
> have you had success with using Eclipse WTP and hot deploy?
> Thanks,
> Bobby

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