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EJB with Eclipse

 
James Foster
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Many people are taking about Eclipse IDE. So I downloaded it today. Eclipse seems to be a basic stuff, may be only for creating simlpe java classes. It doesnt have anything to create/test EJBs.
correct me if I'm wrong
 
Michael D. Brown
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Originally posted by James Foster:
Many people are taking about Eclipse IDE. So I downloaded it today. Eclipse seems to be a basic stuff, may be only for creating simlpe java classes. It doesnt have anything to create/test EJBs.
correct me if I'm wrong

Eclipse is a powerful framework for development tools. It is implemented in Java and "out of the box" contains the tools to serve as a Java IDE. You are able to program EJBs with a clean install of Eclipse. If you want wizards to help you program EJBs, you have to download plugins that provide that functionality.
Websphere Studio Application Developer is built upon the Eclipse framework and comes with EJB wizards on a clean install.
Hope this helps.
Michael
 
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