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OpenEJB Eclipse Plugin. The OpenEJB plugin for Eclipse provides the ability to run an OpenEJB standalone server and deploy projects directly from within the IDE, using functionality provided by the Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP). The official Apache TomEE project website also has a series of example projects built with Java, Maven and MicroProfile. MicroProfile meets TomEE. By now, you should be familiar with the MicroProfile specifications illustrated below, but it’s important to highlight that TomEE MicroProfile is based on TomEE JAX-RS. Using the TomEE Server in MyEclipse. Apache TomEE is the Java Enterprise Edition of Apache Tomcat and has been recognized by Oracle as a compatible implementation of the Java EE 6 Web Profile. This tutorial walks you through downloading the TomEE server version 1.7.4 and adding it to MyEclipse. In this tutorial you will learn how to.

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Eclipse doesn't recognize TomEE[message #1703542]Sun, 02 August 2015 22:42
Marcel Korpel
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2015
According to 'TomEE and Eclipse' on Apache's website, it should be easy to run TomEE on Eclipse. I downloaded version 1.7.2 of TomEE-webproject from TomEE's download section and unpacked it in my home directory, as described in the YouTube-video on 'TomEE and Eclipse', and tested by running ~/apache-tomee-webprofile-1.7.2/bin/startup.sh. When navigating to localhost:8080, everything seems fine (the page displays 'Apache Tomcat (TomEE)/7.0.62 (1.7.2)').
However, when trying to install a new server in Eclipse, by choosing New Runtime... in the new Dynamic Web Project dialog and browsing for a Tomcat 7.0 directory, I can't select the root of the tomcat-webprofile directory (Eclipse complains that 'unknown version of Tomcat was specified') and 'Finish' remains grey (and a Tomcat version is suggested to download and install). Apparently, Eclipse doesn't recognize the TomEE directory as a Tomcat directory.
I'm using Eclipse 4.5.0 (Mars) in Arch Linux. Tomcat 7 and 8 installed by the system are correctly recognized.
NOTE: Sorry for not including hyperlinks, but I'm not yet allowed to post links to non-eclipse.org sites.
Re: Eclipse doesn't recognize TomEE[message #1703630 is a reply to message #1703542]Mon, 03 August 2015 18:04
Eric Rizzo
Messages: 3071
Registered: July 2009
I just followed the instructions at http://tomee.apache.org/tomee-and-eclipse.html and it seemed to work fine. Here's a screen shot:
Do you see anything noticeably different than what you tried?
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Re: Eclipse doesn't recognize TomEE[message #1703636 is a reply to message #1703630]Mon, 03 August 2015 18:24
Marcel Korpel
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2015
Yes: your TomEE directory seems to be recognized as a Tomcat installation (the 'Download and Install...' button is de-activated and there's no proposed Tomcat version to download).
To be frank, I got a bit irritated by bad support of Eclipse for servlet containers capable of JSF (if I'm clear; tried Glassfish but got tons of NullPointerExceptions) and Maven problems, so now I'm trying NetBeans + Glassfish, which work fine, so far. The IDE is not as neat and configurable as Eclipse, but they work fine together.
Re: Eclipse doesn't recognize TomEE[message #1703640 is a reply to message #1703636]Mon, 03 August 2015 18:44
Russell Bateman
Messages: 3798
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA

On 08/03/2015 12:24 PM, Marcel Korpel wrote:
> [snip]
> To be frank, I got a bit irritated by bad support of Eclipse for servlet
> containers capable of JSF (if I'm clear; tried Glassfish but got tons of
> NullPointerExceptions) and Maven problems, so now I'm trying NetBeans +
> Glassfish, which work fine, so far. The IDE is not as neat and
> configurable as Eclipse, but they work fine together.
Marcel,
A few years ago, I took some careful notes as I made my way through some
JSF stuff. While I experienced some frustration, it was more with the
general Faces community and not at all with Eclipse. I would have said
then that Eclipse was just the table top; the different Faces proposals
(Rich, My-, etc.) were frustratingly documented, ill available, hard to
find a complete set, etc. It's not so much Eclipse's fault.
I assume you downloaded Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers. I used just
plain Tomcat.
In any case, and I know these notes are several years old, feel free to
look through them for any help or clues you might find (bottom/middle
half of left column).
http://www.javahotchocolate.com/topics.html
Lars Vogel's got some great tutorials on web programming including
Tomcat and JSF:
http://www.vogella.com/tutorials/web.html
Hope this helps and doesn't confuse.
Cheers
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