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Plugins for J2EE

 
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Hi there,
probably someone has asked this before ...
I guess there are some plugins for J2EE right now, but which one really works great !?
Are there also vendor specific plugins like for Weblogic, Jboss or Websphere ?
And btw can you guys tell me if there are UML plugins available too and if yes which is the best ?
many thanx,
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I guess there are some plugins for J2EE right now, but which one really works great !?

Have a look at http://www.eclipse-workbench.com for J2EE stuff.

And btw can you guys tell me if there are UML plugins available too and if yes which is the best
I find Omondo's free UML plugin at www.eclipseuml.com for be more than sufficient for my purposes.
 
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I started a thread yesterday about the plugins and we had a healthy discussion.
A list of all the plugins can be founf at: http://www.eclipse-plugins.2y.net/eclipse/plugins.jsp
J2EE - Lomboz is by far the most popular and haven't used it but heardgreat many good things about it. Your other alternative is to buy MyEclipse
There are numbe of plugins for UML, such as Omonodo, for a complete list of UML plugins, you can check: http://www.eclipse-plugins.2y.net/eclipse/plugins.jsp?category=UML
Anyways, check the link above and you will be amazed by how many plugins there are and all the cool things you can do.
- FK
 
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Thanx for your replies !
Can I generate my classes from the UML plugins with just a click ?
 
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Originally posted by Maximilian Trenks:
just a click ?


Yes, you have automatic code generation and code-synchronization features in Omondo's eclipse UML. I am not sure about the others.
I suggest giving all of them a try. :-)
 
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