By ranjansatya on Feb 17, 2007
Check out updated Portal Pack flash demos at http://portalpack.netbean.org
These flash movies show all the new features supported by Portal Pack plug-ins for Sun Java Systems Portal Server 7.x
This blog describes how you can debug a portlet application while you are using NetBeans 5.5 IDE + Portal Pack plug-in for portlet development.
This blog assumes that you are using
Though Portal Pack plugin starts the Glassfish server automatically from NetBeans IDE, but currently it doesn't starts the server in debug mode. Using the following approach you can quickly debug your portlet application.
Set Debug mode for GlassFish Application Server
Configure debugger in NetBeans IDE
The NetBeans Portlet Plugin is now available for download which includes a plugin for the Portlet Container 1.0 Beta component bundled with the Java Application Platform SDK Update 2 release. Read about Java Application Platform SDK Update2 release here. To download the Java Application Platform SDK Update 2 click here.
Portlet Container 1.0 Beta, an Enterprise Class Portlet Container implementation is derived from the open source project on https://portlet-container.dev.java.net.
As a plugin for NetBeans IDE 5.5 and above, current release of NetBeans Portlet Plugin helps developers to develop, deploy and test portlets on the Portlet Container 1.0 Beta component that is part of the Java Application Platform SDK U2 from their NetBeans IDE. NetBeans Portlet Plugin makes portlet development as easy as writing a normal Java application, with all the features of portlets made available to you at the click of a mouse.
Some highlights of this plugin are
Here are the links to the resources and docs for Netbeans Portlet Plugin
Visit the NetBeans Portlet Plugin home page for future releases and announcements.