No SAP plugin support

Hi all, after a few searches and reading some of the posts it is fairly obvious that the support for the SAP Business One plugin is not to happen @ Jetbrains.

I agree SAP in general sucks but I'm a developer that is in the dubious position of having to pipe data to a SAP Business One instance and I don't want a disparate kludgey solution like XFusion.


I would rather be ablet to use something like the Netbeans SAP plugin but there is no support for this CDDL plugin. I just want to know what is the most compelling reason for no SAP plugin support?

http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/8116

Now, am forced to use Netbeans IDE instead of Jetbrains' IDEA on my Grails project!

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Hello David,

I don't quite understand your question. If we had unlimited resources at
our disposal, we would need to seek compelling reasons not to support a particular
technology. Since we don't, we have to do the opposite: seek compelling reasons
to support a particular technology. These reasons are usually a combination
of user demand, our view of its potential and the estimation of effort required
to implement.

Hi all, after a few searches and reading some of the posts it is
fairly obvious that the support for the SAP Business One plugin is not
to happen @ Jetbrains.

I agree SAP in general sucks but I'm a developer that is in the
dubious position of having to pipe data to a SAP Business One instance
and I don't want a disparate kludgey solution like XFusion.

I would rather be ablet to use something like the Netbeans SAP plugin
but there is no support for this CDDL plugin. I just want to know what
is the most compelling reason for no SAP plugin support?

http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/8116

Now, am forced to use Netbeans IDE instead of Jetbrains' IDEA on my
Grails project!


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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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