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Integrating JBoss into an IDE

 
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Hello!
We are planning to relaunch our project containing EJBs.
Up to now, we use JDeveloper 3.2 for Devolopment and JBoss as our application-server.
Due to the fact that we want to use Web Services and to be as up-to-date as possible, we are looking for a new IDE. But we have to stick to JBoss, because we are a low-budget project...
And now the 1.000.000$ question:
Does anybody know, how to integrate JBoss into one of the big IDEs (WebSphere Studio Application Developer, JBuilder 6, Forte for Java, VisualAge 4.0)? I think there is no assistance provided originally. But maybe there is a little chance.
On the JBoss website are some tutorials, but first they are too old (VAJ 3.5 and JBuilder 4) and second they are not very good from my point of view.
So, if anybody has a good hint, please do not hesitate to post or mail it
Many thanks in advance,
Ole
 
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Please see my response in this thread.
Craig
 
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Thank You Craig!
Funny thing! Yesterday I've found that thread but your answer wasn't up yet.
So, I go and follow the links...
Anybody else? Different hints?
 
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