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From mett <>
Subject Re: Geronimo WTP client for eclipse doesn't work as expected
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2008 12:04:04 GMT

Hi again Tim,

I have now manually downloaded WTP maintenance build type
I exported the zip contents to my Eclipse installation folder and restarted
Eclipse Europe.

I still can't find the WTP within the Eclipse IDE.

What is your suggested path for moving on, I really want this to work...

Best Regards


Tim McConnell-2 wrote:
> Hi Mett, I see the problem on our trunk version of the Geronimo Eclipse
> Plugin 
> (GEP) and Geronimo server. It works fine for me though on my 2.0.2 version
> of 
> the Geronimo and Plugin. I'm guessing at this point that it might be a WTP 
> problem, but will have to do a bit more analysis/debugging to ensure that
> is the 
> case. Thanks much for bringing this to our attention....
> mett wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am quite new at Geronimo at the moment. I have up to now been using
>> JBoss
>> as an integrated application server in my Eclipse IDE. Since I am all but
>> impressed of the way that server handles memory and redeploy I am
>> interested
>> in trying out the Geronimo application server.
>> The status at the moment is that I have the Geronimo server 2.0.2
>> installed
>> and working. I have a deployment plan that works and I think that the
>> performance is better. 
>> My problem is the automatic redeploy that I can't get to work at all.
>> When I
>> alter an jsp page or a java class the WTP reacts and the server starts a
>> redeploy but there isn't any change in the appearance or the files in the
>> server structure.
>> For a change to have affect I need to remove the project with the Add and
>> Remove Projects... menu option. Restart the server and the add the
>> project
>> again. This is a bit more tedious than using JBoss; to describe it
>> mildly.
>> The action is exactly similar regardless of how the installation has been
>> done. First I installed Geronimo by hand and the WTP from within eclipse.
>> I
>> all worked as above. After that I tried to do also the Geronimo
>> installation
>> from within eclipse. Then I got 2.0.1 with the JRE_HOME issue and
>> upgraded
>> to 2.0.2 with the above result.
>> I am using Maven to set up and manage my projects so the compiled files
>> end
>> up in target/classes if this is an issue.
>> Please guide me, I want to use Geronimo and I refuse to believe that it
>> is
>> intended to work this way.
>> Best Regards
>> Mett
> -- 
> Thanks,
> Tim McConnell

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