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|Posted by Arrasz at Feb 14, 2004 12:53:45 PM|
Module-Development with an IDE like Netbeans.
Module-Development is a work intensive Job. So this Tutorial explains how to develop with an external IDE a Opencms-Module. In addition to the Tutorial how to remote Debug a Opencms-Module this is a very powerful thing.
1.) Create your new Module with the Module-Wizard from Opencms. The Wizard can be found under the Administration-View / Module Management. Here use the New-Module Button an make your enviroment.
2.) Go into the Explorer-View. Under system/modules you can find your new Module-Folder.
3.) Now create a new Project in Administration. Add the Path to your Module-Folder to the module-pathes.
4.) Change actual Project to yoew created. Click on the Button "Synchronization Management". Here you must add the Module-Folder Path too and after this you must add your Destination Path on your local Filesystem. For example something like:
If you have finished this step you`ll find a new Button in the Top-Button-Area called Synchronization Button. Now click on this Button. Under your Destination Path you now should find the several folders how Opencms has created as standard.
5.) Create a new Project in your IDE. Mount the Destination Path as folder into this Project. And now each time you create a new File for this Project you can synchronize it and Opencms will automatically create this file in his own VFS!
Hope this helps to build new Modules easily!
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