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Which is the best IDE for SCEA part 2?

 
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Can anybody tell me which is the best IDE will I use for the SCEA part 2 project development?
 
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Although The Netbeans UML is not fully UML 2.0 compliant, I state the differences in the premises.

The Differences are related to the OMG's Corba J2EE UML Profile, and optimal Java representations.

I am not sure I will have points taken off because of it, but it is a Sun product, which should also win some points I am hoping.

I will let the group know once I get graded, if there was any hint that the Netbeans UML tool played a role in the grading, pending they let me know of course.

I have not heard of anyone else taking this route in the group as of yet.
 
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Originally posted by Sreeraj Harilal:
Can anybody tell me which is the best IDE will I use for the SCEA part 2 project development?



Star UML is a good tool.
 
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I used MS Visio 2003, with a Stencil and Template for UML 2.0 http://softwarestencils.com/uml/index.html. UML 2.0 is still not supported in Visio 2005, but that Stencil and Template can do that job beautifully.

If you have Visio already, that's definitely an option. If you don't, I won't suggest you to purchase Visio just for this.
 
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StarUML
 
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Thanks everybody for your help..

And I also need to know which is the best J2EE Server software to do my project. I am really in dilemma because of the version issues..
Please help me which server i have to install on my system to develop the project..
 
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For SCEA you don't need to develop anything, just provide the architectural design in the form of UML sequence/class diagrams (that's why you don't need a IDE either, just a UML drawing tool)
 
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Thank you Gabriel Claramunt for your information. I thought i have to develop the software also. Thank you.
 
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