app server plugins

Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun pluggin to
intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would really love
to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app server out
there.

I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites dedicated
to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.



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jim bob wrote:

Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun pluggin to
intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would really love
to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app server out
there.

I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites dedicated
to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.


There are no specific JRun plugins. You can debug JRun apps with remote
debugging though. As for a website, you don't need one. Just use the
PluginManager.

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Can you tell me more about the remote debugging? Like I said I'm new to
intellij development. Is there a tutorial that explains how to use it?

"Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
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jim bob wrote:

>

Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun pluggin

to

intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would really

love

to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app server out
there.

>

I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites

dedicated

to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.

>
>
>
There are no specific JRun plugins. You can debug JRun apps with remote
debugging though. As for a website, you don't need one. Just use the
PluginManager.



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Is there a pluggin for ATG?
What app servers have pluggins available for them?


"Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
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jim bob wrote:

>

Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun pluggin

to

intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would really

love

to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app server out
there.

>

I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites

dedicated

to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.

>
>
>
There are no specific JRun plugins. You can debug JRun apps with remote
debugging though. As for a website, you don't need one. Just use the
PluginManager.



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jim bob wrote:

Can you tell me more about the remote debugging? Like I said I'm new to
intellij development. Is there a tutorial that explains how to use it?

"Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
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>>jim bob wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun pluggin


to

>>>intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would really


love

>>>to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app server out
>>>there.
>>>
>>>I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites


dedicated

>>>to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
>>>intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>There are no specific JRun plugins. You can debug JRun apps with remote
>>debugging though. As for a website, you don't need one. Just use the
>>PluginManager.


What version of IDEA are you using?

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"Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
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jim bob wrote:

>

Can you tell me more about the remote debugging? Like I said I'm new to
intellij development. Is there a tutorial that explains how to use it?

>

"Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
news:cdgv7i$im7$1@is.intellij.net...

>
>>jim bob wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun

pluggin

>

to

>
>>>intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would really
>

love

>
>>>to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app server out
>>>there.
>>>
>>>I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites
>

dedicated

>
>>>to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
>>>intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>There are no specific JRun plugins. You can debug JRun apps with remote
>>debugging though. As for a website, you don't need one. Just use the
>>PluginManager.
>
>
>
What version of IDEA are you using?


The newest version 4.0.3, I just downloaded it. I am comparing it to
Eclipse. I'm very found of Eclipse right now but I've heard a few good
things about IDEA so I thought I would give it a try.


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You should really evaluate the latest EAP release. 4.5 is much better
than 4.0.3
Steve

jim bob wrote:

"Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
news:cdh018$o4v$1@is.intellij.net...

>>jim bob wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Can you tell me more about the remote debugging? Like I said I'm new to
>>>intellij development. Is there a tutorial that explains how to use it?
>>>
>>>"Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
>>>news:cdgv7i$im7$1@is.intellij.net...
>>>
>>>
>>>>jim bob wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun


pluggin

>>>to
>>>
>>>
>>>>>intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would really
>>>
>>>love
>>>
>>>
>>>>>to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app server out
>>>>>there.
>>>>>
>>>>>I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites
>>>
>>>dedicated
>>>
>>>
>>>>>to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
>>>>>intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>There are no specific JRun plugins. You can debug JRun apps with remote
>>>>debugging though. As for a website, you don't need one. Just use the
>>>>PluginManager.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>What version of IDEA are you using?


The newest version 4.0.3, I just downloaded it. I am comparing it to
Eclipse. I'm very found of Eclipse right now but I've heard a few good
things about IDEA so I thought I would give it a try.

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Steven Citron-Pousty wrote:

You should really evaluate the latest EAP release. 4.5 is much better
than 4.0.3
Steve

jim bob wrote:

>> "Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
>> news:cdh018$o4v$1@is.intellij.net...
>>
>>> jim bob wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> Can you tell me more about the remote debugging? Like I said I'm
>>>> new to
>>>> intellij development. Is there a tutorial that explains how to use it?
>>>>
>>>> "Brad" <brad@dontuse.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:cdgv7i$im7$1@is.intellij.net...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> jim bob wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi, I'm new to the Intellij community and I'm looking for a JRun
>>
>>
>> pluggin
>>
>>>> to
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>> intellij. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I would
>>>>>> really
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> love
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>> to find a plugin like MyEclipse that supports every J2ee app
>>>>>> server out
>>>>>> there.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm use to the eclipse world and they have some very nice websites
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> dedicated
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>> to covering all the eclipse pluggins, is there any such websites for
>>>>>> intellij? I found one but it wasn't very organized.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> There are no specific JRun plugins. You can debug JRun apps with
>>>>> remote
>>>>> debugging though. As for a website, you don't need one. Just use the
>>>>> PluginManager.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> What version of IDEA are you using?
>>
>>
>>
>> The newest version 4.0.3, I just downloaded it. I am comparing it to
>> Eclipse. I'm very found of Eclipse right now but I've heard a few good
>> things about IDEA so I thought I would give it a try.
>>
>>

If you are evaluating, I suggest using the EAP version. 4.5 will be out
real soon (couple weeks or less I'd guess).

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