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migrating to eclipse 3.0 from jdeveloper 10g

 
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Hi, I am attempting migrate to eclipse ide from jdeveloper 10g.
How should I go about this?

I have a j2ee web project built with struts framework. Mvc model.
 
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is anyone out there??? can someone help me???
please i beg you!
 
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Caliph,
The first thing is to decide what plugins you want (if any) for J2EE development. You can search this forum for examples.

Then, you export your web application from JDeveloper and import it into Eclispe.
 
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Hi Jeanne ,

Thanx for responding.
I want to use eclipse 3.0 with Jboss IDE plugin v 1.4.1 e30

So, as far as exporting from jdeveloper...should i deploy the application as an ear file??? I dont see any simple "export" options. I do see "import" but no "export".

My goal is to move the entire project into eclipse 3.0 and deploy onto JBoss 4.

Im kinda a newbie here, so any help would be HIGHLY appreciated!
 
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Caliph,
What are your choices to export from JDeveloper?
 
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Jeanne ,

sadly and oddly enuff there is no "export" option in jdeveloper 10g!!

Jdeveloper adds its only deployment descriptors (of course)...do you think i can just deploy to and ear file and import it with ECLIPSE?

would i have to use xDoclet to redeploy to jboss via eclipse?
 
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Hey, Thanx for the help. I DID IT! Im fully up and running on eclipse and i love it!

I imported from my SVN repository and wend with an ANT build.
to create the appropriate jar, war and ear.

thanx again
cheers
 
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Hi Caliph/Jeanne,

Can you help me providing some tips on how to migrate a project from JDeveloper to MyEclipse. As we were using JDev IDE along with OC4J 10.1.3, and are now shifting to MyEclipse for Spring 9 and JBoss-5.1.0.GA.

Any help would greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Sumanth
 
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I was able to solve this by creating a new project in eclipse and then go to file system and import existing workspace and then debugging the errors shown after the application is deployed on server.

Thanks,
Sumanth
 
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