you say we should try ant/asadmin. the problem is: if this works we are where we are now: we know it works some how (we also know the delivered app. works without ant). but we want to know what could be the difference(in which file/part of the app) between the app delivered with glassfish and our app (the outcome of the tutorial).gnat wrote:I don't quite follow sorry. Do you have a specific problem?
you say we should try ant/asadminI didn't say that.
we want to know what could be the difference(in which file/part of the app)Sounds like you want someone to spoonfeed you with explanation for every little detail you're curious about. If that's the case, hire a tutor.
...As for the suggestion to ditch NetBeans and use Ant, I mean really, why don't we just ditch the high levelwell if you're going to professionally work with Java EE, you may eventually have to reconsider that attitude. Thing is, sometimes there's simply no other choice but using command line tools. I mean, in commercial development not in toy projects from tutorials.
languages and go back to machine code and command lines.
Hello I am using Netlipse IDE version 6.6.6. I have Habracadabra setting selected in Mumbo-Jumbo config dialog...Do you expect reader to install your version of your IDE and learn about your settings - just to answer your question?
...using Ecbeans IDE version 7.7.7 with Humpty-Dumpty setting selected in Ooby-Dooby config dialog...Would you (yes, you) install his version of his IDE and learn about his settings - just to answer his question?