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From Kai Grabfelder <nos...@kaigrabfelder.de>
Subject Re: How about a Netbeans integration plugin?
Date Sun, 27 Dec 2009 12:44:04 GMT
Hi there,

some while ago I directed a student projects leading to the creation of an eclipse plugin
for iBATIS
(eclibatis: http://sourceforge.net/projects/eclibatis/) which does the following things:

- navigating to myResultMap declaration when CTRL-clicking on
resultMap="myResultMap" in a select block.
- opening corresponding .java files using the same hyperlinking strategy as
- enabling autocompletion for various ids (resultMap, sql) or java class

Unfortunately sourceforge remove the wiki functionality so all the documentation (that was
within the wiki) is
gone. I'm also not sure if it still works with latest spring IDE & Eclipse 3.5 versions.

As always time constraints hinder me from releasing an updated version ;-(



--- Original Nachricht ---
Absender: stefcl
Datum: 27.12.2009 11:49
> Guy Rouillier-2 wrote:
>> I don't use NetBeans.  Do Eclipse plugins work there?  If so, check out
>> Ibator from the IBATIS website.  It will handle at least some of the
>> tasks you've identified (generates POJOs, result maps, etc.)
> Quoted from: 
> http://old.nabble.com/How-about-a-Netbeans-integration-plugin--tp26926675p26932342.html
> I have already had a look at ibator, I would use it to get started on a new
> project with IBatis, for generating the typical CRUD stuff for the most
> basic DB tables. However, in the kind of project I'm working on, 1:1
> mappings between java objects and relational table aren't always suitable,
> and even so, there's a lot more I need to do with my database.
> One way or another, I'm really not sure you can escape editing your XML
> files by hand at some point. That's the main reason why I think an IDE
> module adding some ibatis specific support to the existing XML editor would
> be enjoyable.

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