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I am very adept at Silverlight but I am struggling with how to get some basic stuff to work with Eclipse. I am creating a simple Java Site/Web Services. My issues:
- Seems like to do much of what I need I need Visual Studio (e.g. service references).
- I am new to Eclipse but I can't figure out how to deploy the .xap to the web project without resorting to a Silverlight PostBuild step (which requires Visual Studio too).
Can any of you that are more comfortable with Eclipse help me out?
We have some guidances. I think they are helpful:
I suppose you have a Tomcat project. If so, you just need to copy all fills of your silverlight web project to the folder WebContent\WEB-INF\
I saw those but they don't discuss deploying the .xap file to the Java project. Any suggestion there? (The Java project iwll have a .jsp file that I want to show the Silverlight app on).
Thanks for the help, but what I am looking for is how to tell Eclipse to copy it on a successful build. I am a stark Eclipse newbie so I don't know how to do the simple Post-Build command in Eclipse. I can add it to the .csproj but that's a hack as far as I am concerned. Any clues on how to issue a command on build in Eclipse?
I think you should make a feature request.
Edward J. Stembler
I'm not an Eclipse expert, but I think what you're asking is normally done in an Ant script. Unfortunately I'm not an Ant expert either…