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From Tim McConnell <tim.mcco...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Beehive on Geronimo
Date Thu, 04 Dec 2008 04:31:05 GMT
Hi almalki , You may need to elaborate a little more on exactly what you're 
trying to accomplish. I'm guessing that you're hoping to use the PageFlow 
controls of Beehive within an Eclipse-based IDE. If that is the case, there used 
to be an Eclipse plugin called Pollinate that provided those types PageFlow 
control functions. It appears though that the Pollinate project is no long longer 
an active project, so I don't know what state the plugin was left. It might be 
possible that the Pollinate plugin could be installed into the same Eclipse 
installation as the Geronimo Eclipse Plugin (GEP) to provide the functionality 
you're looking for. I haven't tired this but given how long the Pollinate project 
has been inactive I kinda doubt that this would work. I might try it just for fun 
though to see what happens.

Finally, I don't know much about Beehive but it seems vaguely similar to 
JavaServer Faces (JSF). I'm wondering if JSF might provide the same functionality 
that you're looking for from Beehive ?? I mention this because JSF is properly 
supported by the Geronimo Eclipse Plugin and the Geronimo server. Here is a 
tutorial that might better explain what I mean:

-----> 
http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/developing-a-simple-javaserver-faces-application.html




almalki wrote:
> hi everyone..
> 
> I need to develop a web app using Apache Beehive on Geronimo 2.1 ..
> is it supported??..
> and should i deploy any lib to the server??
> and if i want to use an IDE for development, what is the best IDE (or
> Eclipse plugins) for this??
> (I have seen Oracle workshop for weblogic.. but it only provides Beehive
> facet for Weblogic server)..
> 
> thank u in advance..

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