SIP Servlet Applications in Eclipse

You can use Eclipse to implement almost any kind of Java project/archive, but the ability implement and supporting implementation are very different things.

To get support for developing projects that leverage JSR-116 or JSR-289, you had to go out and get a particular vendor's developer SDK or customized Eclipse release.

We recently extended the Glassfish Plugin for Eclipse to help make developing SIP Servlet Applications more accessible.

After you install the the plugin or upgrade to version 1.0.31, you can leverage the following new features:

SIP Facet

When you create a dynamic web application project that targets a Sailfin instance, this facet is part of the default configuration. This facet creates an 'empty' sip.xml file in the project.
New Wizards
SIP Servlet wizard

Users that have created a project that includes the SIP facet will be able to trigger this wizard to create SIP Servlets that leverage JSR-289 annotations.
SIP Listener Wizard

Users that have created a project that includes the SIP facet will be able to trigger this wizard to create SIP Listeners that leverage JSR-289 annotations.
Note: Arun has some helpful info about installing the Glassfish server adapter into the Galileo release of Eclipse.
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