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NetBeans IDE 6.1 Release Notes
What's New in 6.1
NetBeans IDE 6.1 is a significant update to NetBeans IDE 6.0 and
includes the following changes:
- Spring Framework Support.
MySQL support in Database Explorer. This feature allows you to register
a MySQL Server, view databases, view, create, and delete databases,
easily create and open connections to these databases, and to launch
the administration tool for MySQL. This also allows you to easily
create NetBeans sample databases so that following tutorials, blogs,
and so on is significantly easier.
- Support for Java Beans. You can now view Java Bean patterns in the Navigator and BeanInfo Editor.
- JSF CRUD Generator. With this feature, you can generate a JavaServer Faces CRUD application from JPA entity classes.
- Javadoc Code Completion. Editing of javadoc comments is more convenient with code completion.
of projects. This new feature in Java SE, Java Web, and all Java EE
project types allows you to create projects that share definitions of
libraries. That in turn allows you to create self-contained projects or
sets of projects that can easily be built from the command line, on
continuous integration servers, and by users of other IDEs without
- Existing infrastructure has been enhanced to support window transparency (on platforms that provide it).
- Javadoc and sources association. Now any JAR item on the project classpath can be associated with its Javadoc and sources too.
Inspect Members and Hierarchy Windows. Inspect Members and Hierarchy
actions now work when the caret in the Java Editor is on a Java class
for which there is no source available.
- On Demand Binding Attribute for Visual Web JSF projects.
- Axis2 support for web services.
- SOAP UI integration for Web Service testing and monitoring.
- The integration of the December 2007 through March 2008 bug fixes listed on the following page: http://wiki.netbeans.org/wiki/view/NetBeans6.0PatchesInfo.
For information about the main development features in NetBeans IDE,
see the NetBeans IDE 6.1 Information page.
IDE 6.1 supports the following technologies and has been tested with
the following application servers. If you plan to use versions of
JBoss, WebLogic, or Struts other than those explicitly listed, please
note that you may encounter unpredictable IDE behavior as a result of
the technologies being external interfaces which the project team has
little or no control over.
- Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0
- JAX-WS 2.1
- Java Persistence (JSR-220)
- JavaServer Faces 1.2 (JSR-127)
- Java Servlet 2.5
- JavaServer Pages (JSP) 2.1
- Struts 1.2.9
- Java API for XML-based Remote Procedure Calls (JAX-RPC) 1.6
- Java APIs for XML Registries (JAXR) 1.0
- Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) 1.4
- Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) 2.1
- JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL) 1.1
Tested application servers:
- Sun Java System Application Server 9.0 (GlassFish V1)
- Sun Java System Application Server 9.1 (GlassFish V2)
- Sun Java System Application Server PE 8.2
- Tomcat 5.5
- Tomcat 6.0
- JBoss 4.0.4
- WebSphere 6.0
- Websphere 6.1
- WebLogic 9.2
- WebLogic 10
Note: If you are using the GlassFish application server, it is recommended that
you run GlassFish V2 in order to work with NetBeans IDE 6.1.
Last updated: April 26, 2008
- JDK 6 Issue #6389282:
Java applications created from the Java Desktop Application project template might not run under Chinese and
Japanese on Linux when using JDK 6.
Description: Java applications created from the
Java Desktop Application project template might not be able to be run in
Japanese and Chinese Linux locales with JDK 6 installed.
Workaround: Use JDK 5.0 or run projects from English locale.