VW JSF and Woodstock | NetBeans 6.5

Hello,

Nice to see the August build has a better support for VW JSF with Woodstock Components. It was a disappointing experience during last 2 weeks of July, since NetCAT began.

Features like On-Demand Binding Attribute were not working, syntax highlighting was not good, as well as, Deploy on focus.

Although, new feature Deploy on Save was announced, yet when I tested some July builds, they were deploying when either the JSP/Backing Bean got focus in Editor.

Tutorial | Getting Started with Visual Web JSF

This tutorial was up there for review at NetCAT, though needed some minor changes in the content, rest was fine. Tutorial was very good to really get started. Though, July builds were not satisfactory at least in this domain.

Recently, 29th July build raised some hopes, yet it was not on a good note, as I got a recurring exception, while editing. It was really annonying, though the support was better, still this exception was unwanted.

Today, I downloaded the 080801 Build and finally, I could see everything working smoothly. Thank God!

Also, special thanks to the NetCAT QE Team to get all the issues fixed quickly.

Now, I am loving the support ;) Deploy-on-Save is an excellent feature to have. Glad, I am able to work smoothly without any hassles.

NetBeans 6.5 VW JSF support looking great…stay Tuned for more…

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3 thoughts on “VW JSF and Woodstock | NetBeans 6.5

  1. Netbeans has the support for vw jsf for very long time, but it only limit to rowset, nothing has changed since. I don’t know if you have any information when it can supports VISUAL page for JPA, like the functions that create JSF from entity class.

    Thanks

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