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The ICEfaces integration for NetBeans 6.5 is now available for download.

The ICEfaces Project Integration for NetBeans 6.5 provides the ICEfaces framework as an extension of the JSF Frameworks for use in NetBeans Web Projects.

Supported Features
  • Create a new ICEfaces Web project (with new Facelets Framework support).
  • Create a new Visual Web ICEfaces project.
  • Add the Visual Web ICEfaces Framework to an existing Woodstock Visual Web Project.
    • This feature provides support for working with both Woodstock and ICEfaces pages in the same project to facilitate easier migration from Woodstock to ICEfaces.
In each case the integration will configure the required libraries and configuration files, change the project deployment descriptor, and configure the IDE so you are ready for development.

Changes In This Release
  • Support for NetBeans 6.5.
  • ICEfaces runtime library module includes ICEfaces v1.7.2-SP1a.
  • Support for editing Woodstock and ICEfaces pages within the same Visual Web project.
  • Numerous bug fixes.
Refer to the ICEfaces Tools forum for questions and answers specific to this NetBeans IDE integration. For more information on migrating from Woodstock to ICEfaces, see the Woodstock to ICEfaces Migration section on www.icefaces.org and the Woodstock to ICEfaces Migration forum.


Ken Fyten
VP Product Development
ICEsoft Technologies, Inc.
ken.fyten

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The ICEfaces integration for NetBeans 6.5 has been revised and is now available for download.

The new bundle filename is "ICEfaces-1.7.2-SP1b-NetBeans-6.5-modules.zip" .

Changes In This Release
  • Update ICEfaces runtime library module with ICEfaces v1.7.2-SP1b, which adds support for Glassfish v3 Prelude.
  • Corrects a bug that prevents NetBeans 6.5 Update 1 users from being able to edit the default package name for new ICEfaces projects.



Ken Fyten
VP Product Development
ICEsoft Technologies, Inc.
 
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