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From Glen Mazza <>
Subject Re: Any IDE plug-in needed/available for CXF fast touch?
Date Sat, 12 Jul 2008 19:46:26 GMT
I believe Eclipse SOA tools has something for CXF.  But if you want
graphical toys, Metro is best because everything they do is configured
within NetBeans.  That has a drawback though that once you're outside
NetBeans it's kind of hard to figure out what to do for configuration.

There's something to be said though about using Ant or Maven for web
service development[1], namely that the skills learned there can help
you with many other software projects.


On Fri, 2008-07-11 at 14:52 +0200, ye wrote:
> Hi, Dear all:
> Since I am a novice to CXF, I am wandering is there any plug-ins (such as
> eclipse serials) for CXF fast developement (extremly useful and intuitive
> for the freshman)?
> I noticed most of the CXF tutorial are referenced to manual configuration.
> Considering the XFire eclipse plug-in are a little bit out-of-date, the
> eclipse WTP only provides Axis-x support, I haven't received any response
> from the eclipse STP group yet, and I feel a little confused with the CXF
> eclipse setup with mvn. (sorry for not much knowledge with maven); I hope
> there exists an easy approach to touch CXF, just as what IBM developwork has
> described in 2007. (Use the Eclipse SOA Tools platform plug-in to build and
> deploy a web service).
> Thanks!
> Best Regards
> ye

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