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Working With NetBeans 6.1 and Integrated GlassFish Server For SCBCD

 
saqib sarwar
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Hi,

Long time no see, I am joining back JavaRanch Forum after more than one year since I completed SCWCD last year.

I started working on SCBCD exam preparation and got "OReilly.Enterprise.JavaBeans.3.0.5th.Edition.May.2006" Book, but want to work on netbeans and its integrated GlassFish Server.

Any one like to suggest a better way or have experienced with netbeans.

Thanks
 
aleem khan
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I would prefer eclipse + jboss application server. This is because
1)working knowledge of eclipse would be really useful
2) Jboss because ORIELLY's examples are based on Jboss so it would be easy

This is just my preference
 
Mihai Radulescu
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Hi Saqib

I use Netbeans 6.1 & Glassfish and also Eclipse & Glassfish.
Netbeans is comfortable but I prefer the Eclipse and I try to do as much as I can "by hand"(e.g the deployment) only to improve my skills.

I'll recommend you to try both - to observe the problematic from two different points of view.

If you choose to use eclipse together with glassfish unedr linux take a look at :

http://www.coderanch.com/t/164057/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/Glassfish-Eclipse-publish-server

Regards,
M
 
saqib sarwar
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Thanks For Advice
 
Rajeev R Tumkur
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Hi,
Netbeans + GlassFish is simply superb. I tried practicing using Eclipse+JBoss. But since JBoss 5 is in beta stages, there were many problems like DI(JBoss5CR1), file locking in windows(JBoss5beta4). Eclipse+Glassfish or Netbeans+Glassfish is good & quickly you can learn EJB with out many problems.

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