|Subject:||RE: Re: Woodstock Migration Path to ICEfaces|
|From:||Vijaya Bhaskar Tsaliki (vija...@sonata-software.com)|
|Date:||Dec 23, 2008 2:40:53 pm|
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Thanks for your time on this. I have installed 6.5 and Installed ICEFaces
Plugins com-icesoft-faces-vwp-ide.nbm and
I treid to create a project: on the frameworks screen of the wizard, I have
selected only "Visual Web ICEFaces". The moment I edit Default Java Package it
is consuming all keys (It is not disabled). But If I select Visual Web
JavaServer Faces, I am able to change the default package.
Its a strange problem. Did I miss something on my configuration
I was able to change the default package, what are you seeing in the
Configuration tab of the Frameworks wizard step for Default Java Package, is it
disabled or something?
Vijaya Bhaskar Tsaliki wrote:
Has any one started using ICEFaces using NetBeans6.5?.
When I try to create a web application project using "Visual Web ICEFaces", the
wizard is not allowing me to change the "Default Java Package".
Has any one faced this problem?. Appreciate any help on this.
We are happy to announce a relationship between the NetBeans and ICEfaces communities to facilitate migration for current Woodstock users. With the latest ICEface NetBeans plugin (v1.7.2SP1), you can add the ICEfaces framework to an existing project and begin to develop ICEface pages along side existing Woodstock pages. Resources have been created to aid migration, including a detailed Migration Guide and a Component Comparision Matrix between Woodstock and ICEfaces components. This is just the beginning of a relationship between the NetBeans and ICEfaces communities. Additional migration utilities are planned for upcoming ICEfaces releases.
Resources: *Learn more at the Woodstock to ICEfaces Migration page http://www.icefaces.org/main/product/woodstock-migration.iface
*Download the ICEfaces plugin from ICEfaces.org
http://www.icefaces.org/main/downloads/os-downloads.iface?category=NetBeans or from the NetBeans Update Center by choosing Tools > Plugins from within the NetBeans IDE.
*Read the Woodstock to ICEfaces Porting Guide http://www.netbeans.org/kb/docs/web/icefaces-migration-1.html
*Join theWoodstock to ICEfaces Migration Forum http://www.icefaces.org/JForum/forums/list.page
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