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From "Steve Muench" <Steve.Mue...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: ANN: JDeveloper9i 9.0.3 w/ Struts, J2EE 1.3, et. al.
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2002 19:26:00 GMT
James,

What Struts functionality is in 9.0.3 is a home grown thing. Trying
to stay a step ahead of other IDE's planning built-in Struts support!

First thing I'd try is to use the New gallery to create a new
Struts Starter Application. Make sure that works for you.

Then, see if pasting the contents of your struts-config.xml
into the struts-config.xml created by the wizard works for you.
It should go ok.

Let me know the exact steps you're doing (perhaps in an offline email)
to get the error about C:\struts-config.xml. Like, are you
doing File|Open  or clicking the (+) icon and finding the file
with the file dialog?

Regarding the addin, I think it might be related to the fact
that the type of the node in the navigation (at the IDE SDK level)
might have changed between 9.0.2 and 9.0.3 from a kind of
generic XML file (when we weren't recognizing anything special
about the XML file named struts-config.xml) and now perhaps
it's a new more specialized XML node. 

There is a 9.0.3 Dev Preview update of the Extension SDK on OTN
as well, so if you hit a bug in getting your addin to work, please
mail me and I'll file it for you and make sure it gets fixed for
the 9.0.3 production release.

__________________________________________________________________
Steve Muench - Developer, Product Mgr, Java/XML Evangelist, Author
Simplify J2EE and EJB Development with BC4J
http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/htdocs/j2ee_bc4j.html
Building Oracle XML Apps, http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/orxmlapp
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "James Holmes" <jholmes612@yahoo.com>
To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <struts-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 4:31 PM
Subject: Re: ANN: JDeveloper9i 9.0.3 w/ Struts, J2EE 1.3, et. al.


| Hey Steve,
| 
| Congrats on the new release.  I saw that you guys have
| an "embedded" Struts config file editor. Is this
| Struts Console or a home grown thing?
| 
| I tried loading Struts config files in the new 9.0.3
| release and am unable to.  I get an error dialog
| titled "Open File Error" and a message saying "Unable
| to open file c:\struts-config.xml".  This is really
| strange, because I can open other XML files fine.  I
| then tried removing the DOCTYPE declaration from the
| file and still no luck.  After that I installed my
| Struts Console Addin and still no luck.
| 
| Any ideas on what's happening?
| 
| -james
| 
| 
| --- Steve Muench <Steve.Muench@oracle.com> wrote:
| > A quick announcement for any Struts users who might
| > be using
| > (or might want to evaluate) Oracle's JDeveloper Java
| > IDE.
| > 
| > We've just published a Developer's Preview of our
| > new 9.0.3 major release
| > on our Oracle Technet website:
| > 
| >    http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/content.html
| > 
| > List of new features in this release is at:
| > 
| >   
| >
| http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/htdocs/jdev903Preview_fo.html
| > 
| > Of particular interest to Struts developers are the
| > following new features:
| > 
| >   -> Easily work with struts-config.xml settings
| > 
| >   -> Quickly create new actions and action forms
| >  
| >   -> Run/debug Struts apps in the embedded J2EE
| > 1.3-compliant 
| >      container for fast, no-deploy code/test/debug
| > turnaround time
| > 
| >   -> Easily use Oracle's J2EE framework, Business
| > Components for Java (BC4J),
| >      as the Model layer for your Struts application
| > 
| >   -> Auto-generate a fully-working Struts/JSP/BC4J
| > database 
| >      application using the new "Complete
| > Struts-Based JSP App" wizard
| > 
| > Plus many other features of general interest to
| > anyone doing Java/J2EE 
| > development. Software is free to download and use,
| > and $995 for a full
| > commercial license (which includes free use of the
| > BC4J J2EE Framework).
| > 
| > For a quick overview of how the BC4J framework
| > implements all of
| > the J2EE design patterns you normally have to write
| > by hand, see:
| > 
| >   
| >
| http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/htdocs/j2ee_bc4j.html
| > 
| > and an overview of how the framework implements
| > collections of
| > Value Objects for you easily, see:
| > 
| >   
| >
| http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/howtos/bc4j/bc4j-collections.html
| > 
| > Have fun.
| > 
| >
| __________________________________________________________________
| > Steve Muench - Developer, Product Mgr, Java/XML
| > Evangelist, Author
| > Simplify J2EE and EJB Development with BC4J
| >
| http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/htdocs/j2ee_bc4j.html
| > Building Oracle XML Apps,
| > http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/orxmlapp
| > 
| > 
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