NetBeans 7 + JBoss 7 = Productive Combo
NetBeans 7.3.1+ comes with JBoss 7 integration similar to GlassFish v3/v4.To integrate JBoss with NetBeans:
- Download and install JBoss 7 and NetBeans 7.3.1+
- Go to "Services" tab (Keybinding: Cmd+5)
- Right click on "Servers"
- Choose "JBoss" and follow the next few clicks
Now you can run any Java EE application directly on JBoss, just by right-clicking on a JavaEE project, choosing the "Run" item and selecting your server. You could even switch the servers between the runs.
To start the server and deploy the application "Run" a project.
NetBeans shows the logs and allows you to delete the applications directly from the Servers tab.
See you at Java EE Workshops at MUC Airport, with or without JBoss 7:-)!
There is nice feature: deploy on save which working well with Glassfish but not with Jboss. Is there any possibility to redeploy app on save using Jboss ? For example Intellij Idea has "deploy exploded" feature with "update resource" and "redeploy" options.
Posted by Marek on July 27, 2013 at 04:25 PM CEST #
Ok, I found this:
and with that issuse (not resolved for 2 years) I would say: "NETBEANS 7 + JBOSS 7 != PRODUCTIVE COMBO", too bad.
Posted by Marek on July 30, 2013 at 04:36 PM CEST #
I used JBoss 7 with NB 7 Dev builds for a while, and the mvn clean install approach was fast enough.
I even used NB + JBoss 7 before the availability of the plugin and it worked well.
Yes--incremental deployment would be great, but I assume it is an resource issue.
However: NetBeans is open source, so the JBoss plugins should be available for the community :-)
thanks for your comment!,
Posted by Adam Bien on July 30, 2013 at 11:25 PM CEST #