What's New in Workshop
Workshop Version 10.3
Support for Java Enterprise Edition 5
Workshop support for Java EE5 includes support for the following technologies:
Built on Eclipse 3.3.2 and Web Tools Platform 2.0.3
Workshop version 10.3 is built on the Eclipse
Platform, an open source framework that is now widely used for
Java development. Workshop extends Eclipse 3.3.2 and
Tools Platform 2.0.3
Supported by Windows Vista
Workshop version 10.3 is supported by Windows
Workshop version 10.3 supports XMLBeans 2.3.
Workshop for WebLogic IDE Launcher
Studio launcher has been discontinued. The Workshop for WebLogic IDE launcher is WORKSHOP_HOME/workshop[.exe].
Workshop Version 10.2
Improved reliability and performance
release of Workshop provides numerous issues fixes and improved
performance to enhance the development experience.
Workshop now supports the Tuxedo
which allows your applications to connect to Tuxedo services.
WorkSpace Studio Launcher
Workshop is now integrated with the WorkSpace
Studio launcher at BEA_HOME/workSpaceStudio_2.0/workSpaceStudio/workSpaceStudio.exe.
Workshop Version 10.1
Workshop for WebLogic and Workshop Studio
As of version 10.1, all of the functionality of WebLogic for Workshop
and Workshop Studio have merged into one IDE.
To migrate your applications to the new IDE, see Upgrading
to Workshop 10.x.
New features include:
Deployment to versions 8.1, 9.x, and 10.0 of WebLogic Server
Workshop 10.1 now supports deployment to these versions of WebLogic
Improved Page Flow Support and AppXRay Integration
- JSP editor with WYSIWYG design view
- Code completion on NetUI tag attributes, both for static values and
- Ctrl+click navigation on NetUI tag attribute values
- Page flow specific validation on NetUI tag attribute values
- Rich property sheet support via with lots of useful “value
- Integration with WTP JSP templates for very easy customization of
initial JSP content
Workshop Quick Start Applications
Instead of creating one project at a time to build up an application
structure, Workshop Quick Start Applications let you create multiple
projects simulataneously. Project dependencies are created already in
place, as is a WebLogic server configuration. For details see Workshop
Quick Start Applications.
Support for Maven Build Integration
Workshop's Ant-based build supports
integration with Maven-based build
Built on Eclipse 3.2.2 and WTP 1.5.4
Workshop version 10.1
is built on the Eclipse
Platform, an open source framework that is now widely used for Java
development. Workshop extends Eclipse 3.2.2 and the Web
Tools Platform 1.5.4.
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