[IPT] Running IPT in Netbeans for Debugging
Tim Robertson [GBIF]
trobertson at gbif.org
Wed Jun 13 22:52:41 CEST 2012
There is no reason why you shouldn't be able to, although I haven't used netbeans myself.
The IPT is a pretty standard maven project - for debugging webapps, I normally just run in Tomcat and attach a eclipse as a remote debugger. I presume you can do something similar with netbeans, but I'm not sure anyone has done so.
If netbeans doesn't have good maven support, you can probably configure a netbeans build environment that generates the war file, but your question would probably be best posted to a netbeans specific forum asking how to integrate maven war projects with netbeans. If you plan on doing a lot of development, then it might be worthwhile going through that initial pain of getting it set up in the IDE.
I hope this helps,
On Jun 13, 2012, at 10:17 PM, Sarfaraz Ahmed Soomro wrote:
> I am new to IPT and I want to be able to run IPT using Netbeans and the attached Tomcat Server with Netbeans. Right now if I do Run Project in Netbeans it gives the error
> "Deployment error:
> No archive for deployment"
> If I do "Clean and Build Project" it would just startup the Jetty server that's bundled with IPT.
> Is it possible to be able to run IPT with the attached Tomcat server instance in Netbeans so I can do debugging on the code as well.
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