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Sam Sunamin
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What IDE you guys used for EJB30 or for prepared for SCBCD5.0?

I know we can used any kinds of editor to write the code. But it is a waste of time.

Thank you in advanced for information.
 
Sam Sunamin
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Thanks a lot.

I got Jdeveloper11 from Oracle. It free and support EJB30.

Once I got netbeans, I don't like it.
 
Shivani Chandna
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I use eclipse having jboss plugin.

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Shivani
 
Rajesh Tongia
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You can use Eclipse 3.3 Europa for J2EE 5 development,
It supports lots of application servers including Glassfish,
BEA, IBM & JBoss.

Regards,

Rajesh
 
Freddy Wong
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You can also use NetBeans 5.5 or above. Its integration with glassfish is the best.
 
Sam Sunamin
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Hi RajeshKumar,

I download eclipse33 Europa, but I didnot find it has ejb30 features.

Do I need to download any plug-in?

Thank you so much for your help.
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apa.html
http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apas02.html
http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apas03.html
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HTH,
MZ
 
Rajesh Tongia
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Hello Sam,

NO, you don't need to download any Eclipse plug-in for EJB.

All you need to do is to open the J2EE perspective.
& on the New Project dialog box choose EJB project.

Regards,

Rajesh
 
Sam Sunamin
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�All you need to do is to open the J2EE perspective.�

SO how to open the j2ee perspective? I tried to find it in help,
project ->properties, and window->preferences, but I didnot find it.

Can you show me how to open it? Thank you so much buddy.
 
Sam Sunamin
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Thank you. I got the eclipse for java ee. I download the wrong one.
 
Tiffiny Yang
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I download the 'Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers' (Europa).
There is no 'J2EE' project under File -- New menu.

Am I downloading the wrong version?
Shall I download 'Eclipse IDE for Java Developers' instead?

Thanks
 
Camilo Morales
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I got a lil' confused too with the Eclipse Europa.

I'm using the ECLIPSE JBOSS IDE 1.6 ,,, it is very nice for EJB 3.0 developement.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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