|JSF 2 eclipse and JBOSS Dev studio + JBOSS tool, how to create a .xhtml file?|
i think you should first install JBoss tools to be able to use JSF in your
project Install Jboss Tools in Eclipse
then from your eclipse create new web project and from configuration choose
Java server faces v2 Project.
|New missing/unsatisfied dependencies: service jboss.jdbc-driver.com_mysql (missing) dependents: [service jboss.data-source.java:jboss/MyDB]|
Your module.xml should be like this:
<module xmlns="urn:jboss:module:1.0" name="com.mysql" slot="main">
And make sure you have mysql-connector-java-5.1.24-bin.jar and
mysql-connector-java-5.1.24-bin.jar.index in same folder where you have
|What I need to install for getting java pattern wizard on eclipse?|
It used to be included in CodePro, but the current version (CodePro
Analytix) doesn't have this feature any more.
|Eclipse for Java EE can't install and remove plugins|
If you are unable uninstall plugin by any then the best way to delete a
plugin is delete the plugin folder.
You can find folder of specific plugin by:
Go to "Help - About Elcipse Platform - Plug-in Details" and search for the
Plug-in Id for the plugin you want to delete.
After this search in eclipse/plugin/ folder named that Id and delete that
Normally plugins can be delete by going to Help > About Eclipse SDK >
installation details and then uninstall that plugin.
Hope this help you.
|Temporarily inlay text in Eclipse CEditor|
I have solved this. It can be done by treating the editor as a styledText
area. With this other controls can be added to the styledText area. I just
added a label with my text. Since the label is not part of the actual file
it does not get saved with the file. Upon close of the file in the editor
the label is disposed and the underlying file is left unmodified by the
addition of the label.
|jBOSS+ ESAPI java.lang.ClassCastException: org.jboss.logmanager.log4j.BridgeLogger cannot be cast to org.owasp.esapi.Logger|
Have you tried this exclusion:
<!-- Exclusions allow you to prevent the server from
automatically adding some dependencies -->
<module name="org.apache.log4j" />
I just found that on this site. The suggestion is not verified there
whether it works, but you can give it a try.
Another way to exclude log4j is to make it at maven having:
for the maven dependency of esapi. Could that make the desired effect? (I
saw that you have it at dependency tree, and I
|Can't install plugin in eclipse due to dependency on bundle org.eclipse.core.runtime 3.8.0|
I solved this by simply modifying the name that I had entered for the
plugin that I was installing. In the name text field option available after
clicking add new on help > Install new software, make sure the name you
provide is one word(could include underscores) without any spaces in it.
|Eclipse Jboss processess|
Since you are using Maven, you could use the Maven JBoss Deployment plugin.
This would make the entire process automated. Sometimes the Eclipse
integration doesn't work like you expect it to. Additionally, you should
see on the JBoss command line console from where you started JBoss, that
the old war is undeployed and deployed.
|Eclipse Remote debugging with jboss|
What you are asking is not specific to either Java EE or JBoss 4.x - you
can debug any Java process in case you specified the remote debugging
runtime parameters when starting the JVM.
In your setting the -Xdebug parameter is missing, so your line would be:
Now it should be able to connect, in case you are using the correct host
and your specified port 8787. In case it's still not working, it's most
likely a firewall issue blocking the port.
|Eclipse: How to install uml2 Tools SDK in Eclipse 4.3 (kepler)?|
Just installed this today....
Help -> Install New Software
Work With: --All Available Sites--
Expand 'Modeling' branch in the tree.
Select 'UML2 Extender SDK'
Then hit the Next button to install....
|Add JBoss 7 server in domain mode to Eclipse|
Not Supported Currently.
Sources: JBoss Community Post & JBoss Issue JBIDE-12161
|Eclipse -> Glassfish won't incrementally deploy - JBOSS does|
The Server Adapters / Connectors have a Publishing configuration found by
double-clicking on the Adapter listed under the Servers tab. This needs to
be set to 'Automatically publish when resources change' to see the changes
immediately (See footnote). If its set to Never Publish Automatically then
a full-manual redeploy needs to be done. Each and every time :(
Every server adapter that I know has such a configuration.
footnote - Glassfish and all App Servers have an option to dynamically
reload applications - this needs to be enabled and you can set the reload
poll interval. This can be found on Glassfish by going to admin
(http://localhost:4848 by default) > Domain > Application Configuration
|JBoss 5.1 Won't Start Using Eclipse Indigo on Windows 8|
I was having this same issue in Eclipse Indigo on Windows 7... I didn't
feel like I changed anything significant, but I followed these steps and it
Originally I installed the JBoss Tools plugin through the Eclipse
Marketplace, but I reinstalled it via the "Install New Software" option
with this repository URL:
I created a new server, selected JBoss AS 5.1, next to Server Runtime I
clicked Add. Chose the directory, and select "web" under configuration.
Finish with default settings, do not add any projects yet.
This is not related to the server starting, but Eclipse would not deploy
anything without doing this: double click the server, open the Deployment
tab on the bottom, click "Use JBoss deploy folder" option, save change
|Jsp Project not updating in eclipse using Jboss Server 5.0?|
Usually this happens as the browser you test your page with caches the web
It happened to me too a few times and I fixed it with restarting the web
browser, please try it and tell me if it did the trick.
|Remote debug JBoss AS 7.1 from Eclipse Indigo|
You will need to start JBoss with a few extra options to the JVM. You can
set these either in standalone.xml, or via the JAVA_OPTS environment
variable. The options look basically the same, but for this post I will use
JAVA_OPTS. Read this post from the JBoss Community forum if you want to use
standalone.xml to configure the JVM parameters.
Add this line to your existing JAVA_OPTS:
The port number (8787) above must match your Eclipse setup (see below).
Finally, you will need to tell Eclipse how to connect to the remote
process. In Eclipse, click the Debug button’s drop-down arrow and select
In that dialog, navigate to “Remote Java Application” and click the
|Running helloworld-rs from JBoss quickstarts in eclipse|
I went to the 'jboss-as-7.1.1.Finalstandalonedeployments' folder, deleted
all the deployed war files. Then in Eclipse, right-click on servers ->
clean . Then, I started the JBoss server and everything went fine.
|Configure: JRebel + External JBoss + Eclipse + Ant based deployment|
rebel.xml should end up in WEB-INF/classes of your application. If you have
dependencies in WEB-INF/lib folder, then every archive should have its own
dedicated rebel.xml configuration file.
See the doc
If you deploy using Eclipse WTP, then it is fine to put it into source
folder. But if you are using Ant to build the WAR, then you have to make
sure that your Ant script will detect rebel.xml and copy it to the correct
The paths in the rebel.xml should point to the folder where the compiled
classes are, i.e. the location where your IDE compiles these classes to.
|How to make Hibernate, JBoss and Eclipse work together in unit tests?|
Why isn't the persistence.xml file being picked up?
Because the path to load it is wrong. It should be
Without the leading slash, the path is interpreted as relative to the
package of the System class. With the leading slash, it starts at the root
of the classpath.
Regarding the other questions, I don't know. But I don't see why anything
should be "automatically" added to the build path. If you need a jar in the
build path, add it to the build path. I don't see why that would be a
|How can we temporarily disable the desktop wallpaper to black screen using Java|
Try the JAWC framework
It is a Plugin-Based Wallpaper Changer and can change your desktop
background picture from a lot of different sources like your PC's
folders, or Flickr, or VladStudio, just depending on which plugins you
|How to install XULRunner for Eclipse|
SWT is not supporting 'latest' XULRunner.
See Bug 327696 – [Browser] implement support for xulrunner >= 4.0
See also The SWT FAQ, Q: How do I specify the default type of native
renderer that is used by the Browser? or Q: How do I explicitly use Mozilla
as the Browser's underlying renderer? or so.
Download the last one which is available on eclipse from
Extract it to C:
Edit your app's Run Configuration->Arguments->VM Arguments, add following
|Install ADT plugin in Eclipse|
Why don't you use the normal mode to install it?
Start Eclipse, then select Help > Install New Software.
Click Add, in the top-right corner.
In the Add Repository dialog that appears, enter "ADT Plugin" for the Name
and the following URL for the Location:
Click OK and go on :)
All the instruction can be found in the guide Installing the Eclipse Plugin
|Unable to install eclipse on 12.10|
Simple: Don't install Eclipse using a package manager. Just download the
tar.gz archive from eclipse.org and unpack it anywhere. 3.8.2 is here.
Some background: Eclipse comes with its own package manager (p2). P2
doesn't like when someone else messes with its world. Linux package manager
try to modify the p2 config files in such a way that p2 doesn't notice but
eventually, this fails.
Word of advice: You can now install plugins using the help menu. Every time
you install a new plugin, make a backup of the Eclipse folder and your
workspace. P2 has some very ugly bugs and when it gets into a "I don't
wanna work anymore" state, it's next to impossible to heal it.
Keep those backups in a safe place. You will eventually need them. And yes,
I imply that you will need the 5th last backup event
|How to install the Xpand in Eclipse?|
I don't know why the installation is getting stuck at 29%. It may be a
firewall/proxy problem on your end, or it may be corrupt metadata in the
archive. It's worth following up on the xpand mailing list or forum.
But, if you want to install it, you can unzip the archive into your dropins
folder inside of your eclipse. This will work unless xpand requires any
third party jars.
|Install Eclipse without any Features|
You still can uninstall the plugins you don't want this way :
Menu > Help > About eclipse SDK > Installation details
Install software tab
Select the plugin you don't want
|How to resolve org.jboss.ws.WSException: Policy not supported in JBoss AS 4.2.?|
Looks like your bindings were created using Metro, try using Metro (and not
JBossWS-Native) to get them running.
Create the file META-INF/services/javax.xml.ws.spi.Provider and add the
following text in it:
this should force JBoss to use Metro as the WS implementation
|PyDev fails to install on Eclipse for Mac|
I think I just solved the problem.
I tried to install PyDev, got a long way through to a dialog with a
progress bar that seemed to be about the last step.
A dialog box asking me to approve a certificate popped up behind the
progress-bar dialog, when it was about half-way along. I clicked OK and
both dialogs immediately disappeared.
PyDev was not installed.
I did it again, but this time looked at the certificate dialog. You have to
tick the certificate, and then click OK. Installation continued.
Now I have PyDev.
YMMV, good luck.
|Cannot install Cobertura plugin for Eclipse|
I was able to get eCobertura to install by copying over the junit plugin
subdirectories from a previous version of Eclipse into my plugins/
directory, then restarting Eclipse.
The junit version that came with my Eclipse (Spring Toolsuite v3.3) was
org.junit_4.11.0.v201303080030. This is that one that caused eCobertura
install to fail.
The two versions that I copied over from STS 3.2 were
|How to install the JSystem plugin for Eclipse|
Actually, the Eclipse plugin is no longer part of the JSystem installation.
If you still want to use it, you can grab one of the older installation
packages from SourceForge
(Version 5.7.02 would do the trick).
If are having problems with the Linux installation, you can install it on
windows and copy manually the com.ignis.eclipse.plugin_5.7.02 jar from the
jsystem/runner/Eclipse folder to the Eclipse plugins folder.
After restarting the Eclipse, you would be able to create a new JSystem
project using the plugin.
One of the main reasons that the plugin is no longer provided and supported
is that JSystem is now using Maven and most of the plugin functionality is
now done via Maven archetypes.
To learn more about it please refer to the Getting started guide
|How do I determine the Java EE version of JBoss AS 7.1|
I'm using JBoss AS7.1 and I need to determine the Java EE version that is
provided. I'm pretty sure that it is Java EE 6. But how can I determine the
Just read the release notes of server in question. Here's the JBoss AS 7.1
and how can I switch to Java EE 7 which is released since May 2013?
By replacing JBoss AS 7.1 by another make/version which implements Java EE
7. So far, JBoss AS has no production-ready Java EE 7 compatible server.
JBoss AS 8 (Wildfly) is still in alpha stage. As of now, GlassFish 4 is the
only "production-ready" server which implements Java EE 7. In quotes,
because I find it rather buggy. Better wait for 4.0.1 (if it ever comes
out) or a 4.1.
|clean JBoss 7 tmp using java code|
I guess you need to get the file structure like this and have to
clean/delete internal files in that temp folder.
JBoss AS 7: How to clean up tmp?
But please read the recommendation there.
|memory used by JBoss using java code|
Jboss server offers its system information such as memory usage through
JMX. The jboss.system:type=ServerInfo MBean provides several attributes
that can be used to monitor the thread and memory usage in a JBoss
Learn more about the JBoss JMX interfaces and MBeans:
|Java webservice not working with Jdk 6 and Jboss 5.x|
Don't put jaxb/jaxws jars in the endorsed directory - they should already
be included in the JBoss container. What has likely happened is that the
jaxb-api jar you put in the endorsed directory is a different version of
jaxb from the jaxb-impl jar within JBoss.
|Can't install maven plugin for eclipse on Ubuntu 12.04|
Try setting the option "Contact all updates sites..." in the Installation
Manger and make sure that the download site for Indigo
(http://download.eclipse.org/releases/indigo) is checked.
This should be the updatesite containing your m2e Installation anyway,
since the downloadsite you used contains the LATEST maven built, which is
not 3.7.2 .
If you want to use a newer Eclipse, use KEpler with the updatesite
If that doesn't work, please post the new error.
|Install Gradle plugin for Eclipse Indigo|
Is the given URL reachable for you? (It is for me.) Anyway, another way to
install the plugin is to follow the instructions on its GitHub page.
|Groovy Compiler 1.7 - how to install it? eclipse indigo|
It's been a while since i last saw 1.7 in the plugin. I guess it got
outdated and removed. This page (near the bottom) tells that Groovy 1.7 is
deprecated for GGTS (which, i guess, uses Groovy-eclipse):
Deprecating of Groovy 1.7 support
The Groovy 1.7 support in GGTS has been deprecated. It is still possible
to install it for this release, but it will be removed in future releases.
If you need to install the Groovy 1.7 compiler, then:
Go to Help -> Install new software
Choose the Springsource update site to work with
Uncheck Group items by category, As shown in the image:
Is that doesn't work, maybe you can try to install an older version of
Groovy-eclipse from http://dist.springsource.org/.
|LuaSocket in Windows - How to install and use it in an Eclipse Project|
First error looks like you are running in Linux??
Have you successfully installed LuaSockets? Its written in C so you need a
compiler to install it. That can be found in Microsoft developer tools. You
can also use cygwin.
Alternatively if you have mingw installed you can first download:
Then you can run:
bash ./build-win32.sh lua luasocket
|eclipse - how to access or install an xml "aware" editor|
Eclipse SDK is a legacy package primarily used by developers working on
Eclipse or Eclipse Plugins. It doesn't include much beyond Java Development
Tools and Plugin Development Environment. XML Tools are not included in
You will find a smoother path if you start with one of the higher-level
Having said that, you can add XML Tools into your existing Kepler
installation by using the following online plugins repository.
Use the above URL in the install additional software wizard that you will
find under your Help menu. Once you see the repository listing, just search
|No repository found in Crashlytics install for eclipse|
That looks like you may not have ADT installed. But if you do (that was my
case), you can try unchecking the box in the attached screenshot and it
|How to manually install JAutodoc in eclipse kepler?|
Follow these steps for Installation:
Download jautodoc_1.11.0.zip file from :
Unzip the jautodoc_1.11.0.zip file from the eclipse folder.
Verify the following files get copied:
Plugin folder :
Features folder :
The JAutodoc feature should be available in Windows --> Preferences
Select the whole file or method or attribute --> Rightclick --> Add Javadoc
Visit the following link for further info :
|How to install an open source library to Eclipse?|
Better make a jar if they don't provide one, but usually you will find a
jar to download.
To compile yours:
After you can link source to jar for debugging it.