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IDE for developing portlets

 
Anil Sharma
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Hi All,
I am not much knowledge about oracle portlets.
but now i have to start to develop some oracle portlets, so i want know that which IDE is used for this.Can anybody suggest which to use? and also from where should i begin. how to create project and all that.
i head about JDeveloper IDE. From where should i get these IDE's.
please send me some links.

Thanks
 
Stefan Zoerner
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I don't know much about Oracle portlets.

But if they are JSR 168 compliant, you may use the tools, which you normally use for Java web application development (because every JSR 168 portlet application is a standard web application).

Eclipse with wtp would be a free option, but you may choose any other.
 
Peter Rooke
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I've heard of an IDE called TOAD. Never developed anything in portal. TOAD. From the little I know of Oracle Portal, its based around PL-SQL / JavaScript / HTML.
[ November 26, 2005: Message edited by: Peter Rooke ]
 
Masoud Kalali
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there are two ide that i know are capable of developing portlet .
one is sun java studio creator 2 EA2 which is free until it releases
the other one is a very good IDE and is totally free.
just check it out at :
http://java.sun.com and you will see the link for both Creator and Studio entrprise in your right hand section.

another ide that is not free but capable of doing portal stuff is
"Rational application developer" from IBM .
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational
 
Anil Sharma
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Hi All,

Thanks for your valuable suggestions.
i got JDeveloper for portlet development.

once again thanks a lot.
 
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