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Hi All,

In my previous company i used JDeveloper for application development which is very good IDE I came across. But Now I have to use Eclipse for developing the application. I have only Sysdeo plugin for developing WeApplication. I am facing problem in developing the JSPs in Eclipse as there is no code hilighting, completion, validation etc. Is there any Plugin or tool to integrate with Eclipse u know, please let me know where can i get.

Thanks in advance.

Prasad.
 
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There is one directly on eclipse.org, it's called WebTools or J2EE tools.
(wtp-sdk-1.0M8)
 
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Try NitroX from M7. Just today I installed it and it seems to be great and its free. I mean their JSP one is free.
[ October 20, 2005: Message edited by: Anupam Sinha ]
 
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Moved to the IDEs forum.
 
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Just an update the M7 NitroX isn't that great as well. After installing it eclipse may become a lot slow. Specially with JSP debugging turned on in NitroX. I am about to try Web Tools Platform (WTP) project for eclipse. Also tried trying lombox but it just wouldn't install. Read around a couple of pages on how to install still couldn't install. If anyone has anyother plugin please tell. It would be great if its free.
[ November 10, 2005: Message edited by: Anupam Sinha ]
 
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Hai,

same thing happened for me also.
Lomboz did not worked after installing.
I am also trying for web Tools Platform (WTP) especially for JSP Debugging.
Any ideas on how does this work for JSPs.
if anybody tried this, please let me know what are all needed to get it started.

Thanks in advance.
 
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I tried to install WTP but it could not work. Well, new project does not have anything new to enable me to create a web app and my jsps still does not have syntax colouring.

I made sure I have the prerequisites as stated in :
http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/downloads/drops/S-1.0M8-200509230840/
-emf-sdo-xsd-SDK-2.1.0.zip
-GEF-SDK-3.1.zip
-JEM-SDK-1.1.zip

and I downloaded the zip file :
wtp-1.0M8.zip

and extracted it...into the "plugins" and "features" dir respectively.

But I did not work. Can anyone tell me why ? or how to install ?
 
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If WTP doesn't work out for you give MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench a look. MyEclipse is the most popular low cost J2EE IDE for Eclipse and goes well beyond what is available from the WTP with many RAD features for JSP, JSF, Struts, DB and UML development. The upcoming 4.1 release will introduce an all new AJAX feature-set and more advanced Hibernate and Spring features for Eclipse.

www.myeclipseide.com

Wayne
MyEclipse Developer Team
 
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