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I wish, but nothing i've heard suggests support anytime soon from intellij. Unless someone independently writes the plugin.

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I wish, but nothing i've heard suggests support anytime soon from intellij. Unless someone independently writes the plugin.


I would speculate that not supporting Websphere is some kind of revenge for eclipse :)

Note that this is what it is - pure speculation.

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Dmitry Skavish

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I don't think its quite so sinister, my guess is they just don't have the resources to get multiple vendor j2ee support out the door very quickly or its not a big enough priority and are waiting until JSR45 is implemented in more products.

Weblogic and Tomcat probably had the most requests so they implemented it for those two particular servers.

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What I find highly irritating is that there has no been NO official word regading opening up the J2EE API for IDEA 4.0. The question has been asked twice but no official responses to date.

I think it'd be a terrible shame if weblogic were the only server that IDEA hooked into. I certainly don't expect them to write plugins for all servers, but it'd be nice if they could expose the hooks so it's up to the vendors/plugin authors to support whatever their server of choice is.

The web stuff on the other hand is well done and exposes pretty much everything you might need, and with JSR-45 available now it puts the onus on servlet containers to support the spec to get jsp debugging working 'magically'.

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The Open API for j2ee integration will be released eventually, it's just too shaky for opening it right now.

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What I find highly irritating is that there has no been NO official word regading opening up the J2EE API for IDEA 4.0. The

question has been asked twice but no official responses to date.
>

I think it'd be a terrible shame if weblogic were the only server that IDEA hooked into. I certainly don't expect them to write

plugins for all servers, but it'd be nice if they could expose the hooks so it's up to the vendors/plugin authors to support
whatever their server of choice is.
>

The web stuff on the other hand is well done and exposes pretty much everything you might need, and with JSR-45 available now it

puts the onus on servlet containers to support the spec to get jsp debugging working 'magically'.


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