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Blog Archive for ddevore during January 2006

I have been a part of the Creator 2 EA program for about 3 months now and have loved testing it out. This IDE makes web development using JSF as easy as drawing a page on a white board. If you have not tried it do what I am doing right now and download it. Give it a try and you will see that it is by far the best IDE for web page design available today. http://developers.sun.com/prodtech/...
If you are developing a front end for Web Services in Creator 2 and need to make a change to the Web Service currently there is no automatic way to tell Creator to refresh the Web Service and regenerate the libs for the service. This document will walk you through refreshing the web service so that you can see the changes made to the Web Service. Remove the Web Service from the Project First you...
This is a guide for setting up JBoss 4.0.1sp1 and JBoss 4.0.3sp1 to work with Sun Java Studio Creator, (referred to as Creator hereafter). By default JBoss does not include JSTL (Java Standard Tag Library) or JSF (Java Server Faces). Hence, to deploy an application to JBoss which is developed in Creator you must modify the default JBoss setup. JBoss 4.0.1sp1 setup Creator Release 1 Copy the...
I have been using Generics now for almost a year now and have found a love/hate relationship with them. My introduction to what Generics would do to you was when I compile a project with a UniqueList utility class I have been using for years now. This is a simple extension to the ArrayList which does not allow duplicates, nulls and keeps them in order. I really like this class because it is easy...
At the time of writing this guide NetBeans IDE was in version 5.0 Beta. This guide was written using the latest development build #200601052030 to take advantage of the bug fixes since NetBeans IDE 5.0 went into beta. Also, NetBeans officially supports JBoss Application Server 4.0.3 so this guide will walk through the JBoss Application Server 4.0.3sp1 setup. If you are using a previous version...
This guide describes the setup necessary to setup NetBeans IDE 5.0 work with JBoss in preparation for developing EJBs and Web Services targeting the JBoss runtime. Once you have completed the instructions in this setup guide you will be able to create and consume EJBs and Web Services with the JBoss application server through NetBeans IDE 5.0. This will also allow you to do it all without doing...