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MyEclipse (Riyad Kalla) - Remote deploy  RSS feed

 
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Hi Riyad,

I have got the chance to try MyEclipse and I have to say I am extremely happy with it.

I followed MyEclipse tutorial to perform Remote Debugging...it worked like a charm.

One thing is missing: remote deploy.

Do you have any plan to include remote deploy as a feature in the next release?

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Giovanni
[ August 02, 2007: Message edited by: Giovanni De Stefano ]
 
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Giovanni,
I'm glad the tool has served you well so far, thank you for the kind words.

As far as remote deploy goes, that's a gray area that we haven't tread *yet* only because we support so many application servers and the few that do support that feature, support it in totally different fashions, and not necessarily the same fashion from release-to-release.

So instead we have been investing our developer time elsewhere and suggesting for folks that need remote deploy to instead mount the remote auto-deploy dir for your webapp locally, and use a Custom Location deployment to deploy to that dir instead. I would say most folks find this fits the bill for them, I hope it provides a reasonable alternative to you and your team.
 
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