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From Sachin Patel <>
Subject Re: Will the Eclipse Plug-in work with the minimal-tomcat/jetty assemblies?
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2006 16:47:19 GMT

On Jun 15, 2006, at 11:09 AM, Donald Woods wrote:

> Hmmmm is there a way we could interrogate the server runtime to  
> determine its feature set and then block the deployment of non- 
> supported apps?

Currently the framework doesn't allow a way to do this, although  
there are plans in WTP to be able to support this type of flexibility  
in the future.

> There was an earlier Plugin thread, where Aaron said we should be  
> able to upgrade a minimal Tomcat/Jetty assembly to include Axis  
> support if we create the geronimo-plugin file, which would mean  
> you'd have to create more than 2 server runtime types to support  
> all of the possible variations....

Actually no you wouldn't.  The web services facet is an extension to  
the web facet.  Thus having a geronimo runtime that only supports the  
web facet will still allow web-services support.

> Sachin Patel wrote:
>> I haven't tried but it should work.  However since the minimal   
>> assemblies only support web deployments, I'll probably need to  
>> define  a new runtime type (as a temp solution) to restrict  
>> applying the  minimal runtime to ejb projects, etc...
>> On Jun 14, 2006, at 11:39 PM, Donald Woods wrote:
>>> Sachin, any known restrictions why the Plug-in can't be used  
>>> with  the minimal-tomcat-server assembly?
>>> -Donald
>> -sachin


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