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Don't know how to enable verbose in eclipse

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evdwaard2
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Joined: 2006-08-29

I can start the glassfish server from the commandline with --verbose to see the log output in the console.

But with the eclipseplugin, I don't know how to enable the verbose option. I can start/stop the server, but errors / console output are not visible.
This would really be handy in development.

I spend some time searching at google, but cannot find other people with this question. There must be a really simple solution, but i can't seem to find out.

I tried:
- output-to-console=true in the domain.xml
- JPDA debug configuration in eclipse

Maybe there is a better way to get the output into eclipse(without the verbose option)?

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msary82
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Joined: 2008-01-02

> Is there a solution in the meantime?
>
> It is VERY annoying that there is no option to output
> server messages into the eclipse console. I always
> have to open the log file with an external editor,
> sorry but that sucks. I think such a feature isn´t
> very complex isn´t it?

I also have the same problem.
I'll check it out.
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ionixx
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Is there a solution in the meantime?

It is VERY annoying that there is no option to output server messages into the eclipse console. I always have to open the log file with an external editor, sorry but that sucks. I think such a feature isn´t very complex isn´t it?

balusc
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Joined: 2006-12-05

It is apparently fixed in the current Glassfish plugin for Glassfish V2.

But it duplicates logs and pre/suffixes lines with [# and #] and also inserts a blankline between each line everytime. Highly annoying to read. It really can't be that hard? Maybe worth a crib in the source of Tomcat plugin.

balusc
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Joined: 2006-12-05

I am also struggling with this :(

Isn't this fixed or featured yet? Or are there some new hacks known recently?

ludo
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Joined: 2003-06-10

This is currently not possible :-(.
You'll have to open the log file via a separate app (tail...) to see it.
We had some issues with the output tab for Eclipse, and we hope this can be fixed in a later version of the plugin (soon)

Thanks for the feedback.

evdwaard2
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Joined: 2006-08-29

Thanks for the quick reply.
Good to know it's not yet possible, now its more easy to accept it's not working.

I'm now using tailxp. It's freeware and seems to work ok.