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ID: 18106, Patch for Optimizeit Plug-in for JBuilder 7 with BES

by jay CAMPAN Email: Anonymous

Optimizeit plug-in for JBuilder 7 only uses default sever and partition when used with BES
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Updated on Fri, 07 Jun 2002 10:42:11 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 07 Jun 2002 10:39:20 GMT
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Optimizeit plug-in for JBuilder 7 allows you to start the testing of your project with any installed Optimizeit tool (Profiler, Thread Debugger or Code Coverage).

When using BES as the server and starting the testing with Optimizeit from within JBuilder 7, the default server and partition are used even if you have explicitly specified a different partition and server in the server configuration panel.

This patch fix this problem.

Here it is assumed that you have already integrated Optimizeit with JBuilder (using either the wizard available from the 'Tools/IDE integration' menu in Optimizeit, or by clicking Yes in the JBuilder 7 integration window that pops up when you start Optimizeit).

The patch comes in several version depending which version of Optimizeit you have:
oijb7plugin.jar if you run the Optimizeit Suite (which includes Profiler, Thread Debugger and Code Coverage)
oijb7plugin_PR.jar if you run the Optimizeit Profiler only
oijb7plugin_TD.jar if you run the Optimizeit Thread Debugger only
oijb7plugin_CC.jar if you run the Optimizeit Code Coverage only

Note that if you use 2 stand-alone tools (for example Profiler and Code Coverage), you need to apply both patches.

In order to install the patch:
- download the patch jar file for your Optimizeit install (oijb7plugin.jar if you run the suite)
- copy this file to your \lib\ext directory, where is the directory where you installed JBuilder, for example c:\JBuilder7 (note that the patch overrides the previous plug-in jar file and that this is OK)
- restart JBuilder 7 if it is running

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