Updating netbeans from 5 0 to 5 5
The plugin SDK is now ready be to used, a simple portlet will be created to show its usage: If you have a running Liferay server, you should see that the portlet has been correctly deployed (check the log file), and it should be available from the portal itself (install it to see).
If you update the code (for instante the page), you can issue a new 'ant deploy' and reload the webpage to see the update. User; Netbeans offers portlets development thanks to the portal-pack plugin (
The plugin SDK available on the download page comes with a little bug which breaks portlets folders structure and therefore throws exceptions during deployment.
Therefore, a minor correction needs to be done (this issue has been addresses and already fixed. A guide gives a very good introduction (including installation) to the plugin SDK and is available here :
" A new install of the jdk does not resolve the problem.
Final steps: UPDATE (12/11/2008): a new version of Portal Pack plugin for Netbeans has been released and provides new Liferay related features.Once the portlet has been created, start Netbeans a create a new project: Netbeans will indicate that a build script exists and will propose to create its own as nbbuild.xml, accept that.A this point, you have a porlet project with unresolved references to Java objects.The full spectrum of Java development is covered including Java SE, Java FX, Java ME and Java EE.
Supports Git and Subversion source code management.From Netbeans, create a new library (tools/Libraries) and include there all Liferay related JAR files.