EJB tool window?

Hi,

Why there is a new EJB tool window in #807 catching my attraction
(I'm working on a pure Swing project)? Shouldn't it grayed out by
default unless I enabled EJB in the project settings?

Tom

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Thomas Singer wrote:

Why there is a new EJB tool window in #807 catching my attraction
(I'm working on a pure Swing project)? Shouldn't it grayed out by
default unless I enabled EJB in the project settings?


I remember that this was the same on my installation of #807. When you
go to the preferences and turn EJB off, does it give an error message
(with me it did, but I had copied Idea.app from #804 so I thought it
might be related to that)?

Best regards,

Dirk Dittert

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Well, when I open the project properties dialog and switch to EJB, I
get a Class Not Found dialog, although my EJB support is disabled.

Tom


Dirk Dittert <dittert@despammed.com> schrieb:

>Thomas Singer wrote:
>
>> Why there is a new EJB tool window in #807 catching my attraction
>> (I'm working on a pure Swing project)? Shouldn't it grayed out by
>> default unless I enabled EJB in the project settings?
>
>I remember that this was the same on my installation of #807. When you
>go to the preferences and turn EJB off, does it give an error message
>(with me it did, but I had copied Idea.app from #804 so I thought it
>might be related to that)?
>
>Best regards,
>
>Dirk Dittert

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Thomas Singer wrote:

Well, when I open the project properties dialog and switch to EJB, I
get a Class Not Found dialog, although my EJB support is disabled.


Same with me: javax.ejb.EntityBean not found. I do not have J2EE
installed. After that the Enable DJB is unchecked and the Tab gone.

Best regards,

Dirk Dittert

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But it will occur again, when you open the project the next time...

Tom

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Thomas Singer wrote:

But it will occur again, when you open the project the next time...


I have a Mac now -- I do not reopen projects anymore. I now use suspend
to RAM...

But anyway, I'll submit a bug for that.

Best regards,

Dirk Dittert

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Thomas Singer wrote:

But it will occur again, when you open the project the next time...


Somebody was faster: It's #10640

Best regards,

Dirk Dittert

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