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From Tim McConnell <>
Subject Re: 5-minute Tutorial on Enterprise Application Development with Eclipse and Geronimo (was Re: problems when deploy ejb in eclipse)
Date Wed, 21 Nov 2007 17:00:42 GMT
Hi Justin, if you're running Geronimo under Eclipse you will likely need to 
increase the your JVM memory, especially if you're running on Windows. I use 
these parameters below for my Eclipse installation:

-vmargs -Xms256m -Xmx256m -XX:MaxPermSize=128m

beyondjusitn wrote:
> Thank you Jacek. Probably I will give up Eclipse. And turn to NetBeans
> immediately. 
> Can I discuss something about EJB with you. After trying out
> Eclipse+Geronimo+EJB, I am kinda realizing that maybe this combination is
> not a perfect combination. So, what is the perfect combination to develop
> EJB projects? Could you give me come advice? Would NetBean+Geronimo+EJB the
> best choice?
> Thanks again.
> Jacek Laskowski wrote:
>> On Nov 21, 2007 9:57 AM, beyondjusitn <> wrote:
>>> But I have another problem after following your tutorial. After the first
>>> time I created all the projects in your tutorial, if I close eclipse,
>>> then
>>> reopen eclipse, there will be an error in SampleWAR project. I find out
>>> that
>>> it is a problem of J2EE Module Dependency. So, again I right click on
>>> SampleWAR, choose' property', then 'J2EE Module Dependencies', I found
>>> that
>>> it is different from the first time I come here. If I choose SampleEJB,
>>> the
>>> error is fixed, however, I met deploy problems. I have no choice but to
>>> redo
>>> all the three projects to get them running. Why?
>> Hi,
>> I dunno. I'm a typical Eclipse user so although I run across the issue
>> too I didn't pay much attention to it. Just accepted that it could
>> work this way. Honestly, I'm not really interested in fixing Eclipse
>> bugs (as there're better things to do) so while annoying I can live
>> with it (I hope that one day you'll have a choice and try out netbeans
>> with geronimo plugin - it won't happen overnight, but I'm sure it
>> will). Please rise an issue for it in geronimo-eclipse-plugin jira so
>> it won't be overlooked.
>>> Another problem is that my Eclipse kept errepting, saying something like
>>> memory leaked. Is that because the Eclipse I'm using? I'm using Eclipse
>>> 3.3.1, Eclipse Data Tools Platform Enablement Version:
>>> and
>>> Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) Source Version: 2.3.1.v200709252135.
>> It appears like Eclipse misbehaviour. Perhaps it could also mean that
>> the plugin needs more attention. I'd rise an issue in
>> geronimo-eclipse-plugin jira and wait for a fix.
>> Jacek
>> -- 
>> Jacek Laskowski
> -----
> --
> Best Wishes!
> Justin Tsao

Tim McConnell

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