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From mball...@oreillyauto.com
Subject Re: Jetspeed portlet development in Eclipse
Date Fri, 10 Sep 2010 13:21:53 GMT
So, the whole concept of making a change to jsp or java source, saving it, 
and having it auto-deploy to the running test environment is not 
available?  I have to drop a war every time I make a code change?  In 
RAD7/Websphere, I change a portlet class source, save it, it auto-builds, 
updates the running test environment and in less than 30 seconds my change 
is running in the test server (hot deploy?).  No one has accomplished this 
with Eclipse/Jetspeed?  Unless I completely mis-understand the referenced 
devguide, it seems not.

David Sean Taylor <d.taylor@onehippo.com>
Jetspeed Developers List <jetspeed-dev@portals.apache.org>
09/09/2010 04:45 PM
Re: Jetspeed portlet development in Eclipse

On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 1:23 PM,  <mballard@oreillyauto.com> wrote:
> I have searched diligently for information on setting up Eclipse & 
> to develop/deploy/test jsr286 portlets.  I have found info on developing
> portals and deploying jetspeed as a webapp to Tomcat, but I really do 
> need to do portal builds, I simply want to know how to create a portlet
> project, select 'run as'->on server and be able to test the portlet on a
> local jetspeed/tomcat server.  I do this easily with RAD7 and Websphere
> portal, but I can't seem to find how to do this with Eclipse, Tomcat and
> Jetspeed.

There is a Developers Guide for Jetspeed here:


see the section on "Eclipse":


So basically you build your portlet app and drop it in a running
Jetspeed. From there you can attach Eclipse just like any other app

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