NetBeans 6.1 and Project Sailfin

While work is being done on the modules that let users create and test SIP Servlet applications that can be deployed to a Glassfish domain that has been extended to support SIP, one of my teammates has been working on making these applications "visible". We have also been working on making the choice of which type of server to register in the IDE more obvious.

We committed many of the necessary changes over the weekend. If you get a recent nightly build of NetBeans 6.1, you should see the following changes:

  1. Explicit reference to Sailfin in the 'Add Server Instance' dialog.
  2. SIP Servlet applications are now visible in the Services explorer.

I was also able to install the latest available builds of the SIP Application Development module and the SIP Protocol Test Agent module into the NetBeans 6.1 build.

There is a fair number of code changes that have been going into NetBeans 6.1 to hit Milestone 1. These changes should finish baking this week. If you want avoid being on the absolute bleeding edge... you may want to wait for the NetBeans 6.1 Milestone 1 release. If you have serious thrill issues: Download, Fire up and Save Often.

Comments:

Thanks so much Vince! Looks great!

Tom

Posted by Tom Kincaid on January 15, 2008 at 02:54 AM PST #

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