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Using Plug-In with domain other than 'domain1' fails

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pittmike
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Nice plugin, if it only would work. I am almost intended to use NetBeans 5.5 as integration of the Sun App Server actually does work there.

The Eclipse plugin ALWAYS tries to start the "domain1", even if something else is defined. So for actual professional software development under a different domain than the default domain1 sandbox in combination with Eclipse is impossible.

The plugin hangs, apparently is waiting for "domain1" to startup to deploy everything, although "otherdomain" is defined in the settings.

Any suggestions other than getting everything over to NetBeans? (maybe because of that the plugin is useless...)

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ludo
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I did not see your fix, so I fixed it.
Check out version 0.4 of the plugin from the download page.

Contributions are still more than welcome.

pittmike
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I checked out the code via CVS and dug into it: No wonder, as the domain name to be started is hardcoded despite the nice settings dialogs.

To be honest, I find this is childish software development and simply stupid. For my application I gonna invest some time to make it really work. If someone is interested in having the fixed version, post here.

ludo
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Thanks for digging in the code and finding the root cause.
We need more people like you from the community to support this Eclipse plugin.

Would you be willing to provide a patch? :-)

Thanks.