1024 Completely Unusable!

I can't create modules in 1024 at all! I can only create the default project and then every time I try to add a module, web or otherwise, I get this Mouse even exception that gets in the way then nothing happens.

PLEASE fix asap so we can use the next build! thanks
R

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Seems to work fine here, Win2k.

I created a new project and add'd a web module. Add'd a form to the default module and add'd a simple jsp page to the web module.

No exceptions at all....

John

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Yeah, 1024 is hell. ;) I re-created my project from scratch (after
having slight problems with the existing one) but the new project is
even worse. I was able to create a java and a web module but after
trying to revisit the settings, the exception hell started. My modules
were doubled and cannot be edited any longer. :(

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

I can't create modules in 1024 at all! I can only create the default project and then every time I try to add a module, web or otherwise, I get this Mouse even exception that gets in the way then nothing happens.

PLEASE fix asap so we can use the next build! thanks
R

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John Childress wrote:

Seems to work fine here, Win2k.

I created a new project and add'd a web module. Add'd a form to the default module and add'd a simple jsp page to the web module.

No exceptions at all....


Bizarre!

R

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Michael Descher wrote:

Yeah, 1024 is hell. ;) I re-created my project from scratch (after
having slight problems with the existing one) but the new project is
even worse. I was able to create a java and a web module but after
trying to revisit the settings, the exception hell started. My modules
were doubled and cannot be edited any longer. :(



Same Symptoms here. I keep getting the exception, then the list of
Modules... wait Paths... dissapear, and I can create a new one. Then
when I did somehow get things back, things went nuts and got doubled up
modules.

Man this module thing is really trying :)

It will get better I'm sure, bummer it got busted... someone got it
working though. I'm on windows XP.

R

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

I can't create modules in 1024 at all! I can only create the default project and then every time I try to add a module, web or otherwise, I get this Mouse even exception that gets in the way then nothing happens.

PLEASE fix asap so we can use the next build! thanks
R



It seems the issue is with turning on J2EE support. If you keep that
off, things seems to work well, and you can run web modules. This makes
me wonder what the heck J2EE icon and settings are for???

R

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I already suspected that, since it began after I switched it on. But
with Jetbrains' current build speed, we will easily see build 1050+ this
year. ;)

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>> I can't create modules in 1024 at all! I can only create the default
>> project and then every time I try to add a module, web or otherwise, I
>> get this Mouse even exception that gets in the way then nothing happens.
>>
>> PLEASE fix asap so we can use the next build! thanks
>> R



It seems the issue is with turning on J2EE support. If you keep that
off, things seems to work well, and you can run web modules. This makes
me wonder what the heck J2EE icon and settings are for???

R

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Well these guys are cranking hard with J2EE, I can tell since all the bugs I've filed since 1002 are still unassigned. Most likely because they're trying to get thigns worked out and put in place before they start looking at reports, and I'm sure some of this stuff will fall off once they're done.

J2EE has been changing in a HUGE way in the last 3 builds, every build has a different setup, or new screen, or new requirements. Keeps us on our toes. We'll know this IDE like the back of our hands by the time they're done.

I'm glad they moved away from the weird J2EE setup screen they had before, I suspect they were going down one track, then based on feedback scraped a bunch of stuff and started over.

J2EE seems to also be the last feature set to be added in 4.0, everything else seems to be in place. What's curious is that the change will make IDEA a 1st class citizen with J2EE apps, and I was complaining that it always felt like third class... I wonder if that had anything to do with their change of heart. I know a few of us complained.

The J2EE IDEA community seems to also bigger than I originally thought!

R

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