Is the FAQ supposed to be where the
Known Problems of the various WTP components be listed? In previous
WTP milestones, we have a New and Noteworthy document for the milestone
pointing to the various WTP components. The known problems of the
various components were listed in those documents. I don't see such
a document listed for WTP 0.7. Are we supposed to use the FAQ for
that? May be we could have a question such as "What are the
known problems?" and then point to the known problems of the various
components (which are updated by the component teams) with bugzilla numbers
for those interested in tracking when the bugs are fixed?
Rational Studio Java Web Services, IBM Toronto Lab
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kathy@xxxxxxxxxx, (905) 413-3022, tieline: 969-6038, fax: (905) 413-4920
Lawrence Mandel/Toronto/IBM@IBMCA Sent by: wtp-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
11/08/2005 01:29 PM
Please respond to
"General discussion of project-wide or architectural issues."
[wtp-dev] WTP FAQ updated
I've updated the WTP FAQ page. The page now contains more answers for user
questions and is broken down by component to allow easier browsing of the
answers. As well, the page is now generated from an XML file.
When answering questions on the newsgroup, if you think the answer is generally
applicable please add it to the FAQ. (If you don't have commit access to
the repository please open a bug against the FAQ component, include the
question and answer, and it will be added for you.) This will allow others
to reference the FAQ for future newsgroup postings rather than repeating
the same answers over and over and hopefully, in time, will reduce the
number of simple questions asked on the newsgroup and allow our users to
quickly get the answers they need.