BEA Weblogic integration not in IDEA 4.0?

I noticed that the "BEA Weblogic" integration has not been checked off the list of things to be included in 4.0. Considering that RC1 was just released, does that mean Weblogic integration will not be included in 4.0?

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AFAIK
EJB support - Weblogic only
WebApp support - Tomcat only
rest later, based on recognized business needs
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Bryan Hughes wrote:

I noticed that the "BEA Weblogic" integration has not been checked off the
list of things to be included in 4.0. Considering that RC1 was just
released, does that mean Weblogic integration will not be included in 4.0?

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Bummer. Using WL and having the ability to debug JSPs would've been great.

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In article <butt7h$3no$1@is.intellij.net>,
Richard Nemec <rndzank@attbi.com> wrote:

AFAIK
EJB support - Weblogic only


Pity - JBoss is what we seem to have standardized on around here.

Scott

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On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 01:07:08 -0800, Scott Ellsworth wrote:

Pity - JBoss is what we seem to have standardized on around here.


I just added the jboss libs for a custom ejb services, pointed my j2ee
module's ejb.xml to the file generated by xdoclet, and I'm away laughing.

Remote debugging is sweeet as too.

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In article <pan.2004.01.25.09.47.45.271225@talios.com>,
Mark Derricutt <mark@talios.com> wrote:

On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 01:07:08 -0800, Scott Ellsworth wrote:

Pity - JBoss is what we seem to have standardized on around here.


I just added the jboss libs for a custom ejb services, pointed my j2ee
module's ejb.xml to the file generated by xdoclet, and I'm away laughing.

Remote debugging is sweeet as too.


Cool! I have been meaning to investigate web app support - perhaps
after I finish my current eval of Cayenne and Hibernate vs our home
grown Metagraph tool.

Scott
scott@alodar.com
Java, Cocoa, WebObjects and database consulting

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