Many people are asking (especially in the GWT Group) how to create a GWT Application for their favourite IDE. In this blog i will show you how to do this for Eclipse, NetBeans and IntelliJ IDEA.
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Using Adobe Flex together with other technologys like JavaServer Faces, Struts or Spring Web Flow is not an easy task, because the embedded Flash-file interacts in its own world and from the sight of its surrounding JSF/JSP/HTML-Code, it is an foreign object. There exists some approaches to connect these different worlds like the jsf-flex project or the Exadel Fiji.
I am now showing you an another way, how you can connect Flex with JavaServer Faces. You are able to develop each Project (Flex and Java) separately.
Let’s take a look at this picture (click on the picture to enlarge it):
This is what we have. JSF-Code with an embedded Flex-Object. You can insert the firstname and the lastname with JSF-inputText -Fields, and the fields city and country with Flex. If you click submit, alle four values are saved inside the managed-bean.
In ActionScript, you have to extend the class Proxy and overwrite flash_proxy function setProperty(..). You can see this here:
In this Blog i will show you how to develop Adobe Flex Applications with the NetBeans 6.5 IDE. The used plugin FlexBean is still under development by Arnaud Vincent . Many features are missing in the Version 1.0.1 used in this Blog, for example syntax highlighting and a GUI-Designer.
I have contributed this blog to the NetBeans Community.
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I have build manually the Facelets Support Modules for NetBeans 6.1. You can download them here: faceletssupport_for_netbeans6.1.zip
To install the Modules, navigate in NetBeans to Tools -> Plugins -> Downloaded, hit Add Plugins and choose the modules. Click on Install to start the installation.
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In this blog you can read how you can modify SOAP-Messages using XSL Transformation (XSLT). It is the continuation of the previous two blog-entrys How to modify JAX-WS SOAP-Messages and Creating generic SOAP Web Services. I am using the NetBeans 6 – Project from the blog-entry Creating SOAP Web Services with NetBeans 6 to demonstrate the transformed SOAP-Request.
Download-links to all files are available at the end of this blog.
In my previous blog Creating generic SOAP Web Services i have shown a theoretic way to modify SOAP-Messages for your needs. The key for success was using XSLT for the transformations. In this blog i am using XSLT 2.0 for transformations.
Take a look at the Creating SOAP Web Services with NetBeans 6-project. The incoming request must look like this to work:
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This blog is depending on my previous blog Creating SOAP Web Services with NetBeans 6. You can download the needed sourcecode there.
Here i will show how you can modify the JAX-WS SOAP-Message before the outgoing SOAP-Response will pass the specified Web Service Operation. This is sometimes necessary, when some recipients want to receive their own special SOAP-Headers. You can also modify the incoming Request to read special informations, which are included in the SOAP-Header, but this is not part of this posting (maybe i will show it in an other upcoming blog).
For this example i am using JAX-WS 2.1 with NetBeans 6.0 .
This is the core-class of this example. Before the Request/Response pass the
Web Service Operation, it can be handled here in the method
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