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BOOK: Professional Java for Web Applications
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It looks like the eclipse code is missing? Anyone else experiencing it? The download only contains intellij code.
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The following text was taken verbatim from the readme file for the book's downloadable code samples:

"As of 2014-Feb-11, the sample code is only available as IntelliJ IDEA projects. Once a stable Eclipse version supports Java SE 8, Java EE 7, and Apache Tomcat 8, the code on the download site will be updated to provide Eclipse projects as well. If you are working with a pre-release edition of Eclipse, you should be able to import the IntelliJ IDEA projects as simple Maven projects. Remember that your book comes with a free 90-day IntelliJ IDEA 13 Ultimate personal license."

If I remember correctly Eclipse Luna which will support Java SE 8, Java EE 7 and Apache Tomcat 8 is slated for official release on 6/25/14; so I assume the Eclipse code would be available sometime after that.
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Really strange this should have not happend
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Photoelectric hit the nail on the head, folks. The Eclipse code will be available soon, but we didn't want to delay the release of the book waiting on Eclipse to catch up with the rest of the world! Remember that your book comes with a free 90-day license of IntelliJ. It's a great opportunity to get to know a fantastic Java IDE! As a former Eclipse user, I can attest that once you learn to use IntelliJ, you won't want to go back to Eclipse.
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Photoelectric hit the nail on the head, folks. The Eclipse code will be available soon, but we didn't want to delay the release of the book waiting on Eclipse to catch up with the rest of the world! Remember that your book comes with a free 90-day license of IntelliJ. It's a great opportunity to get to know a fantastic Java IDE! As a former Eclipse user, I can attest that once you learn to use IntelliJ, you won't want to go back to Eclipse.
Hello!

Since Luna has been released, when can we expect the Eclupse code to be available?
I don't think I received a 90 day intelliJ code with the Kindle edition, so the eclipse code would be much appreciated. Especially for me, since I think I went over my head with this book. :)

Thank you!
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Default IntelliJ chaptercode-projects work with Eclipse Luna

I haven't taken up the 3-month user-licence for IntelliJ, but I did download Eclipse Luna... currently working through Chapter 6 of this most excellent book, and I have been able to Import the IntelliJ "folder-versions" and get them up n running no problem.

And I am no Eclipse or Java guru (yet :)), and it was only because of starting this book that I even knew of the existence of Maven... so my advice would be, if you want to use Eclipse, just use the IntelliJ code-folders provided per project.

The only struggle I have had with the downloads was when some of the Maven dependencies weren't somehow downloaded to the local Maven repository, and in this case your options are either (a) r-click the project - Maven - Update Project - select checkbox Force Update of Snapshots/Releases; or (b) create a non-imported, non-Maven project then do the manual stuff and add any needed jar-apis to the Build Path.

Then there seems to be some minor issue with using the base.jspf (Eclipse complains that e.g. fn:whatever is unknown) - my guess is this is sth to do with the Maven not being optimised for Eclipse, but while waiting for the right workaround to hit me on the head, those taglib declarations etc can just be put to any offending jsp code (at the start, obviously).

[at least, that's how i remember the solutions, but that was so many workdays ago... I found the solutions by the usual method: debug+Google]

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We've received the Eclipse code and posted the updated code here:
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