Included in this release:
- REST Explorer Displays MIME Types
- New Server Connectors
In addition, we now have better handling for sites with invalid SSL certificates.
REST Explorer Displays MIME Types
The REST Explorer now indicates both input and output MIME types for your endpoints within the view itself; you no longer need to browse the source to figure this out. Also, the REST Explorer can now handle multiple JAX-RS methods at the same resource path, this condition is no longer interpreted as an error.
Additional REST Inspect Fixes
- When you select an endpoint and click Open in REST Inspect, that endpoint is made visible in the endpoints section of REST Inspect.
- In Windows, the REST Inspect window gains focus when brought to the foreground.
New Server Connectors
- MyEclipse now includes connectors for Jetty 8, Jetty 9, Payara 4 and Wildfly 9! Deploy and debug against these servers with ease.
You can now launch jython and JACL admin scripts from within MyEclipse using a launch configuration.
WebSphere server state detection (stopped, starting, started, etc.) is now more robust; several bugs around incorrect state detection have been fixed.
In the in-workspace deployment mode, dependencies to web fragments, specified via Maven, were not being deployed; this has been fixed.
The JAX-RPC and JAX-WS web service client generation process can now optionally generate a proxy class.
Miscellaneous Key Fixes
- A regression in CI 14, where merged deployment would cause dependent projects to always be JARed, even when exploded deployment was specified, has been fixed.
- Content assist proposals for attributes of JSF 2 composite components are now displayed.
- For Glassfish versions 3 and later, the Open in Browser action now allows you to open deployed web applications directly in a browser.
- On OS X, an instability caused by certain scripts that run in the MyEclipse Web Browser, on closing, has been fixed.
- A Matisse focus jumping issue has been fixed.