Adding New Servers in Java

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4 You should see your GlassFish server adapter listed now Select GlassFish and click the Next button The GlassFish Runtime wizard opens (see Figure 1212) Note how the wizard UI gets populated with form fields for the runtime properties you defined in the server definition file 5 Specify the location of the GlassFish installation directory Enter the location or select it using the Browse button Note that a directory browse button has been provided because the type of the property was directory Click the Finish button The Installed Runtimes preference page now lists GlassFish (see Figure 1213) 6 You have now added the GlassFish server runtime environment and are ready to use it for a new Web project In the Project Explorer view, right click and select New Dynamic Web Project The New Dynamic Web Project wizard opens (see Figure 1214)
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7 Enter TestWebProject as the project name and select GlassFish as the target runtime Click the Next button The Select Project Facets page is displayed (see Figure 1215)
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8 Notice how the set of supported facets matches the allowed values that were defined in pluginxml Accept the defaults for other properties Click Finish WTP creates the project Notice that a GlassFish library gets added to the project as defined by the runtime classpath provider extension (see Figure 1216) 9 Create a simple JSP named indexjsp in the WebContent folder Add some simple content to it This completes the project setup 10 You are now ready to run the JSP on GlassFish In the Project Explorer, select indexjsp, right click, and invoke the Run As Run on Server menu item The Run On Server wizard opens (see Figure 1217) 11 Create a new server configuration for the GlassFish runtime Click Next to continue You will see the server properties displayed (see Figure 1218) These properties were also defined in the server definitions file Enter the proper values 12 Click Next to continue The Add and Remove Projects page is displayed (see Figure 1219)
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13 A server configuration includes the list of dynamic Web projects TestWebProject was automatically added for you, so simply click the Finish button The wizard creates the server, starts it, publishes the TestWebProject project to it using the Ant scripts, and launches the Web browser using the URL for the JSP (see Figure 1220) As the server starts and publishes, messages are displayed in the Console view
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Summary
In this chapter you learned about the server tools and how to extend WTP with a new generic server adapter You developed and tested a generic server adapter for GlassFish
Summary
There is more to server tools than what was covered here Generic server support is suitable for most purposes However, you should also have a look at the custom adapters, such as the Tomcat plug-ins, to see how you can have full control over the server tools capability If you would like to learn how to publish your server plug-ins as installable features, and provide links to your update sites, you should look at the Apache Geronimo plug-in
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Supporting New File Types
The limits of my language mean the limits of my world Ludwig Wittgenstein At its core, an integrated development environment (IDE) assists a developer in working with various development artifacts While some of the artifacts, such as server instances, may be intangible, most artifacts map to one or more files whose syntax is defined by programming languages The IDE s job is to simplify the task of working with these languages There are a number of tools an IDE can provide to simplify development of language-specific files A new file wizard handles tasks such as naming and placement of the file and can create a skeleton structure of the new file A rich editor simplifies manual editing of the file with content assistance and syntax highlighting Rich editors may also include a design or graphical view that provides an alternate visualization of the file A validator, which will typically be integrated with the editor, checks the file to ensure it is compliant with the language specification If a file requires compilation or some other form of transformation before it can be deployed, a facility for building the file should also be included DocBook is an XML language for authoring documents such as books, articles, and reference pages (see Example 131) It can be obtained from the DocBook Web site: