Tag Archives: Eclipse

New article about Scala and WebSphere Liberty Profile and niceties of latest updates

Hot on the heels of my new article Scala as Shared Library for Java EE applications in WebSphere 8.5 Liberty Profile about Scala as the language for developing Java EE enterprise applications with the Scala jars shared amongst applications using the Shared Library feature of WebSphere 8.5 Liberty Profile, the teams behind WebSphere Liberty Profile […]

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eclipse -clean -debug

I’ve been experiencing troubles with setting up Eclipse to run with the latest Java 1.7.0_17 on Mac OS X 10.7.5. It happened to be a known issue and you can find many blog posts in the Internet or answers about it on StackOverflow. Today I ran across the Java runtime and Eclipse thread and found […]

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Eclipse Juno SR2 and WebSphere Developer Tools V9.0 Beta Update

It turns out that I missed two important releases. On March 1st, 2013 Eclipse Juno (4.2) SR2 and WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse V9.0 Beta were almost simultaneously released. I’m in Chicago, IL this week running a WebSphere workshop and when I was demoing WebSphere Liberty Profile and showing how easy it is […]

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No joy to install WebSphere Developer Tools for Eclipse V9.0 Beta in Eclipse Juno SR2 RC1 with Java 8 Build b77 under Mac OS

IBM has just released IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile V8.5.Next Beta and IBM WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse (WDT) V9.0 Beta. Despite much improved support for Java EE 6, what might be worth to point out is that the version of IBM WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools for Eclipse (WDT) V9.0 Beta […]

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Runtime Explorer in WebSphere 8.5 Liberty Profile Developer Tools

Just found out about the Runtime Explorer view that (likely?) comes with IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Liberty Profile Developer Tools V8.5.1 to explore the available WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Liberty Profile servers. I wonder how I could miss that?! I’ve got two servers in WebSphere V8.5 Liberty Profile installation and they’re very nicely listed […]

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OSGi Service ranking attribute applied

I’m working on a demo material to present Enterprise OSGi with Java EE and stumbled upon a mental problem where I used OSGi Blueprint that’s easy to use and explain its features, but missed a part about OSGi itself, mostly versioning. It took me about 2 weeks and a presentation (about Enterprise OSGi and Java […]

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Navigate to Definition or F3 in Eclipse counterclockwise

I believe I lost many people’s attention during my live coding sessions with Clojure and the Eclipse plugin for Clojure development – counterclockwise as I used to not get the feature Navigate to Definition or just hovering over a symbol with the Cmd key working in Eclipse. I didn’t care much as Eclipse was an […]

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Java SE 7 with book and PrepKit – special contest for readers

Just in time for my self-learning of Java SE 7 I received two offerings to help me out achieve success. Well, as I learnt today, there are three, actually. A couple of weeks ago I received “Java The Complete Reference”, 8th Edition for a review and 4 days ago, uCertify contacted me to offer a […]

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OSGi Development with Eclipse IDE and JBoss AS 7

Inspired by Chasing a White Rabbit with JBoss Tools 3.3 M2 and Using OSGi in JBoss AS7 I thought I’d give them a try that eventually resulted in an article summing up my experiences – OSGi Development with Eclipse IDE and JBoss AS 7. “In this article I’m describing how to use Eclipse IDE 3.7 […]

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Learning Apache CXF with Eclipse and soapUI plugin

I must admit it went very smoothly and I could finally use the tools I’ve been hearing here and there all the time. I can’t however say it was for Apache CXF’s simplicity itself or just by a stroke of luck, but eventually the puzzles fit together really well. While working on the upgrade to […]

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