Maven + GWT I needed to create a GWT project using maven again. The original post lacked some details. This time, I got it to work with a slightly different steps. First, I ran the following command: mvn archetype:generate -DarchetypeGroupId=org.codehaus.mojo -DarchtypeArtifactId=gwt-maven-plugin -DarchetypeVersion=2.4.0 -DarchetypeRepository=repo1.maven.org Somehow, Maven didn’t pickup the group ID and artifact ID. So, I […]
This howto helped me to create a GWT project using Maven. It even allows me to run the GWT project in development mode with Jetty, very sweet! On the other hand, OEPE’s Weblogic plug-in doesn’t play nice with GWT based project. Looks like I’ll continue use Maven to build WAR files.
When I tried to add an Oracle WebLogic Server 12c as a new server runtime to a project in OEPE (Eclipse), OEPE refused to recognize the information I entered. Fortunately, Daniel G. told me that I have to select the wlserver folder first, then backspace a few times to remove wlserver from the path and […]
I found a need to debug JBoss with Eclipse. A search on google led me to ths page. I had to tweak a bit to get my local instance to work. For example, I had to change the quote character from ” to “. JAVA_OPTS=”-Xdebug -Xnoagent -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,address=8787,server=y,suspend=n $JAVA_OPTS” After that, JBOSS was able to load […]
After I was so spoiled by GWT/Eclipse’s streamlined way of deploying a GWT application to the embedded server or Google App Engine, I was annoyed by how little support it has for other application servers. Fortunately, I was able to semi-automatically generate a WAR file for manual deployment on a remote server by following this […]
I needed to access the GWT build-in server for Eclipse from another machine. A search on-line led me to this tutorial. It worked! 🙂 Advertisements
While looking for an ant build script generator, I came across ebuild and found it interesting. With this, I no longer really need to maintain a “generated” ant build script. 🙂 Advertisements