[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-11-07 Thread Jira


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Dominik Derwiński edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 11/7/19 4:52 PM:
--

New plugin works in NB 11.2, but has to be downloaded manually, I hope it will 
soon appear in Plugins installer inside IDE. Other than that I'm finally happy. 
I think it won't work in 11.0 or 11.1.


was (Author: morvael):
New plugin works in NB 11.2, bit has to be downloaded manually, I hope it will 
soon appear in Plugins installer insid IDE. Other than that I'm finally happy. 
I think it won't work in 11.0 or 11.1.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
> Attachments: image-2019-10-02-23-28-48-638.png, 
> image-2019-10-02-23-29-11-140.png
>
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-10-02 Thread T Gergely (Jira)


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T Gergely edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 10/2/19 12:58 PM:
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I've had the same ”no properties pane” and ”stuck initializing" problems with 
NetBeans 11.0. Here's the cause:
{quote}java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class 
org.netbeans.modules.javaee.wildfly.ide.WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory$J2eePlatformImplImpl
 at 
org.netbeans.modules.javaee.wildfly.ide.WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory.getJ2eePlatformImpl(WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory.java:86)
{quote}
caused by
{quote}java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: *JAVA_EE_8_FULL*
 at 
org.netbeans.modules.javaee.wildfly.ide.WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory$J2eePlatformImplImpl.(WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory.java:111)
{quote}


was (Author: tgergely):
I've had the same ”no properties pane” and ”stuck initializing" problems with 
NetBeans 11. Here's the cause:
{quote}java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class 
org.netbeans.modules.javaee.wildfly.ide.WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory$J2eePlatformImplImpl
 at 
org.netbeans.modules.javaee.wildfly.ide.WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory.getJ2eePlatformImpl(WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory.java:86)
{quote}
caused by
{quote}java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: *JAVA_EE_8_FULL*
at 
org.netbeans.modules.javaee.wildfly.ide.WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory$J2eePlatformImplImpl.(WildflyJ2eePlatformFactory.java:111)
{quote}

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-09-17 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 9/17/19 7:38 AM:
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Edited: Ooops. I must have missed the Dropbox link above. I thought this was 
referring to installing the 8.0 plugin in 11, as opposed to a new one. Thanks, 
Geertjan Wielenga, and sorry for the confusion! Everyone, please ignore the 
following. 

I would recommend not to follow Geertjan Wielenga's advice to download and 
install the NBM for NetBeans 8.0 as described by Rik Giepmann. It has a known 
bug that prevents deployment via NetBeans. The bug was fixed in NetBeans 8.2, 
but since this was part of the core functionality in 8.2, there is no NBM to 
download.

See my post above for what needs to be done instead on Linux to transfer the 
plugin manually from NetBeans 8.2 to NetBeans 11. On other operating systems it 
will be similar. Maybe someone wants to post a similar procedure for Windows 
for everyone's convenience.


was (Author: hans.adler):
I would recommend not to follow Geertjan Wielenga's advice to download and 
install the NBM for NetBeans 8.0 as described by Rik Giepmann. It has a known 
bug that prevents deployment via NetBeans. The bug was fixed in NetBeans 8.2, 
but since this was part of the core functionality in 8.2, there is no NBM to 
download.

See my post above for what needs to be done instead on Linux to transfer the 
plugin manually from NetBeans 8.2 to NetBeans 11. On other operating systems it 
will be similar. Maybe someone wants to post a similar procedure for Windows 
for everyone's convenience.

Edited: Ooops. I must have missed the Dropbox link above. I thought this was 
referring to installing the 8.0 plugin in 11, as opposed to a new one. Thanks, 
Geertjan Wielenga, and sorry for the confusion!

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-09-09 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 9/9/19 4:47 PM:
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I did try the easier work-around and found that NetBeans couldn't deploy that 
way (kept compiling the project instead) and never showed WildFly as running 
although it had started it successfully. Only after this experience I found out 
that it's a known Bug of the 8.0 plugin. I have linked to the bug report above. 
It was fixed for 8.2. (I encountered the bug on Linux, but it was first 
reported on Windows. So I guess it's not operating system dependent.)

Maybe the bug doesn't affect all users, so the NBM route is worth a try. If you 
run into problems you can still uninstall the NBM and do what I described.

Edited: Never mind. I had missed that this was about a new NBM built 
specifically for 11.


was (Author: hans.adler):
I did try the easier work-around and found that NetBeans couldn't deploy that 
way (kept compiling the project instead) and never showed WildFly as running 
although it had started it successfully. Only after this experience I found out 
that it's a known Bug of the 8.0 plugin. I have linked to the bug report above. 
It was fixed for 8.2. (I encountered the bug on Linux, but it was first 
reported on Windows. So I guess it's not operating system dependent.)

Maybe the bug doesn't affect all users, so the NBM route is worth a try. If you 
run into problems you can still uninstall the NBM and do what I described.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-09-09 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 9/9/19 4:46 PM:
--

I would recommend not to follow Geertjan Wielenga's advice to download and 
install the NBM for NetBeans 8.0 as described by Rik Giepmann. It has a known 
bug that prevents deployment via NetBeans. The bug was fixed in NetBeans 8.2, 
but since this was part of the core functionality in 8.2, there is no NBM to 
download.

See my post above for what needs to be done instead on Linux to transfer the 
plugin manually from NetBeans 8.2 to NetBeans 11. On other operating systems it 
will be similar. Maybe someone wants to post a similar procedure for Windows 
for everyone's convenience.

Edited: Ooops. I must have missed the Dropbox link above. I thought this was 
referring to installing the 8.0 plugin in 11, as opposed to a new one. Thanks, 
Geertjan Wielenga, and sorry for the confusion!


was (Author: hans.adler):
I would recommend not to follow Geertjan Wielenga's advice to download and 
install the NBM for NetBeans 8.0 as described by Rik Giepmann. It has a known 
bug that prevents deployment via NetBeans. The bug was fixed in NetBeans 8.2, 
but since this was part of the core functionality in 8.2, there is no NBM to 
download.

See my post above for what needs to be done instead on Linux to transfer the 
plugin manually from NetBeans 8.2 to NetBeans 11. On other operating systems it 
will be similar. Maybe someone wants to post a similar procedure for Windows 
for everyone's convenience.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-09-09 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 9/9/19 10:28 AM:
---

I did try the easier work-around and found that NetBeans couldn't deploy that 
way (kept compiling the project instead) and never showed WildFly as running 
although it had started it successfully. Only after this experience I found out 
that it's a known Bug of the 8.0 plugin. I have linked to the bug report above. 
It was fixed for 8.2. (I encountered the bug on Linux, but it was first 
reported on Windows. So I guess it's not operating system dependent.)

Maybe the bug doesn't affect all users, so the NBM route is worth a try. If you 
run into problems you can still uninstall the NBM and do what I described.


was (Author: hans.adler):
I did try the easier work-around and found that NetBeans couldn't deploy that 
way (kept compiling the project instead) and never showed WildFly as running 
although it had started it successfully. Only after this experience I found out 
that it's a known Bug of the 8.0 plugin. I have linked to the bug report above. 
It was fixed for 8.2.

Maybe the bug doesn't affect all users, so the NBM route is worth a try. If you 
run into problems you can still uninstall the NBM and do what I described.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-09-09 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 9/9/19 10:27 AM:
---

I did try the easier work-around and found that NetBeans couldn't deploy that 
way (kept compiling the project instead) and never showed WildFly as running 
although it had started it successfully. Only after this experience I found out 
that it's a known Bug of the 8.0 plugin. I have linked to the bug report above. 
It was fixed for 8.2.

Maybe the bug doesn't affect all users, so the NBM route is worth a try. If you 
run into problems you can still uninstall the NBM and do what I described.


was (Author: hans.adler):
I did try the easier work-around and found that NetBeans couldn't deploy that 
way (kept compiling the project instead) and never showed WildFly as running 
although it had started it successfully. After this experience I found out that 
it's a known Bug of the 8.0 plugin. I have linked to the bug report above. It 
was fixed for 8.2.

Maybe the bug doesn't affect all users, so the NBM route is worth a try. If you 
run into problems you can still uninstall the NBM and do what I described.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-08-20 Thread Emmanuel Hugonnet (Jira)


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Emmanuel Hugonnet edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 8/20/19 12:08 PM:
---

you can try and build https://github.com/ehsavoie/netbeans/tree/wildfly The 
plugin source code is in contrib/javaee.wildfly It works with WildFly 17but I 
didn't give it complete testing.

Here is a build I did on current master: 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/w4pe1btxxxd2fkv/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.nbm?dl=0


was (Author: ehsavoie):
you can try and build https://github.com/ehsavoie/netbeans/tree/wildfly The 
plugin source code is in contrib/javaee.wildfly It works with WildFly 17but I 
didn't give it complete testing.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Assignee: Emmanuel Hugonnet
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  



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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-08-20 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 8/20/19 11:02 AM:


I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that WildFly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with Dominik Derwiński's work-around from the bug report, 
which I implemented as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in WildFly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located in the enterprise sub-tree of the NetBeans installation) 
to the user's NetBeans 11.0 configuration.

Tested with WildFly 16.


was (Author: hans.adler):
I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that WildFly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with Dominik Derwiński's work-around from the bug report, 
which I implemented as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in WildFly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

Tested with WildFly 16.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-08-20 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 8/20/19 11:01 AM:


I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that WildFly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with Dominik Derwiński's work-around from the bug report, 
which I implemented as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in WildFly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

Tested with WildFly 16.


was (Author: hans.adler):
I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that Wildfly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with Dominik Derwiński's work-around from the bug report, 
which I implemented as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in Wildfly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

Tested with Wildfly 16.

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  



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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-08-20 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 8/20/19 11:00 AM:


I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that Wildfly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with Dominik Derwiński's work-around from the bug report, 
which I implemented as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in Wildfly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

Tested with Wildfly 16.


was (Author: hans.adler):
I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that Wildfly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with Dominik Derwiński's work-around from the bug report, 
which I implemented as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in Wildfly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

 

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  



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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-08-19 Thread Emmanuel Hugonnet (Jira)


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Emmanuel Hugonnet edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 8/19/19 7:49 PM:
--

you can try and build https://github.com/ehsavoie/netbeans/tree/wildfly The 
plugin source code is in contrib/javaee.wildfly It works with WildFly 17but I 
didn't give it complete testing.


was (Author: ehsavoie):
you can try and build https://github.com/ehsavoie/netbeans/tree/wildfly 

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  



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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-08-19 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 8/19/19 6:59 PM:
---

I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that Wildfly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with Dominik Derwiński's work-around from the bug report, 
which I implemented as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in Wildfly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

 


was (Author: hans.adler):
I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that Wildfly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with the work-around from the bug report, which I implemented 
as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in Wildfly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

 

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  



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[jira] [Comment Edited] (NETBEANS-2415) Bring back support for WildFly server

2019-08-19 Thread Hans Adler (Jira)


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Hans Adler edited comment on NETBEANS-2415 at 8/19/19 6:58 PM:
---

I tried the simpler workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it 
to work. NetBeans does not recognise that Wildfly is running, and tries to 
start it again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of 
the 8.0 plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

I was successful with the work-around from the bug report, which I implemented 
as follows under Linux:
{code:java}
cd $ECLIPSE_8.2_INSTALLDIR/enterprise

tar cf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar 
config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml 
modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar 
update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml

cd ~/.netbeans/11.0

tar xf /tmp/netbeans-wildfly-plugin.tar
{code}
This copies the three relevant files from the built-in Wildfly plugin of 
NetBeans 8.2 (located there in the enterprise directory) to the user's NetBeans 
11.0 configuration.

 


was (Author: hans.adler):
I tried the workaround described by Rik Giepmann, but couldn't get it to work. 
NetBeans does not recognise that Wildfly is running, and tries to start it 
again. This prevents deployment. I think this is due to a known bug of the 8.0 
plugin. See [https://netbeans.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=262252] .

> Bring back support for WildFly server
> -
>
> Key: NETBEANS-2415
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NETBEANS-2415
> Project: NetBeans
>  Issue Type: Wish
>  Components: serverplugins - WildFly
>Affects Versions: 11.0
> Environment: n.a.
>Reporter: Dominik Derwiński
>Priority: Minor
>
> NetBeans 8.2 had WildFly server module, which helped greatly in debugging 
> Java EE applications directly from IDE. NetBeans 11.0 does not contain this 
> module, despite boasting to be the first version of Apache NetBeans to offer 
> full support for developing Java EE applications.
> I don't think it would be very hard to bring back WildFly server module 
> (currently it does not complile), because copying files of the module from 
> NetBeans 8.2 into NetBeans 11.0 installation, and recreating userdir is 
> enough to bring back that functionality (so the old module still works, but 
> for how long?).
> The files I have copied (after removing references to localization files) are:
>  * enterprise/config/Modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  * enterprise/modules/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.jar
>  * enterprise/update_tracking/org-netbeans-modules-javaee-wildfly.xml
>  



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